Friday, August 08, 2008

The new film “Elegy” is based on a novella by Philip Roth; it’s about a cultural critic whose life is thrown into disarray when he becomes romantically involved with one of his students. Isabel Coixet is the director; Patricia Clarkson co-stars. It opens today at the Angelika and Lincoln Plaza Cinemas.


Patricia Clarkson and Isabel Coixet
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Comments [2]

David Hume from Staten Island, NY


Another great interview. Good taste as well to pick this film. Can't wait to see it.


Aug. 08 2008 10:56 PM

Coixet is a fantastic director! The Secret Life of Words was great, and her contribution to Paris Je T'aime was my favorite in the movie. Looking forward to seeing Elegy...

Aug. 08 2008 02:07 PM

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