Sunday, November 02, 2014

Listen Up Philip

Being in the face of a very unpleasant, self centered, egotistical author can be uncomfortable. In Listen Up Philip we experience that discomfort up close. Through some excellent writing and acting we become intimate with some very unlikable characters as they struggle for success and meaning. Some find it, some don't. Though not a happy ride, it is very satisfying. This is a dark, interesting film about creativity, ego and relationships. Well done.

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