Guest host Jane Curtin presents two stories about the first time.
Actors Elizabeth Olsen and Josh Radnor talk about the new film “Liberal Arts,” which Radnor wrote, directed, and stars in. It’s a lighthearted comedy, 30-something New Yorker Jesse visits his university, hoping recapture the glory days of his youth. When he meets the free-spirited, 19-year-old Zibby Jesse must decide whether to act on his feelings. “Liberal Arts” opens September 14 at the Landmark and IFC Center.
You may know Josh Radnor best as the "I" of the Emmy-award winning TV show "How I met your Mother." But Radnor is also a director and writer, and today, his debut film "Happythankyoumoreplease" hits theatres, in limited release. The film centers on a young man named Sam, played by Radnor, and on his friends, all of whom are trying to figure out how to grow up and find love. But Sam’s journey takes an unexpected twist when a little boy named Rasheen decides to follow him home one day, and Sam decides to keep him. Radnor talks about his new film and about making the transition from small screen to silver screen.