Beautifully shot on black and white by famed cinematographer Willy Kurant, Philippe Garrel’s stirring new film Jealousy graces us with another exploration of the intimate themes his films are wont to expose. Starring Louis Garrel and Anne Mouglalis, the wonderfully acted and emotionally underpinning feature, “opens with a man leaving his wife and daughter and, in a …
I was so saddened that people were offended by the full-r-word scene, because we worked really hard making sure that joke was aimed at Hollywood and actors portraying mentally challenged people. I remember being so bummed out. They literally picketed us. It was like, ‘Really? Satire is allowed to do this!’
More than 10 years after the first Scott Pilgrim book came out, O’Malley is back with Seconds, his first new graphic novel since the series ended.
Yesterday I went to get an iPad for the plane ride. I thought, I want to be able to read things and not care [about space]. I’m about to check out, and the girl who’s checking me out is like, ‘Did you see that rainbow yesterday?’ And I was like, ‘No, I didn’t see it.’ And she was like, ‘Yeah, after that big storm there was this huge double rainbow.’ ” A second clerk said she’d seen it, too. “ ‘I saw it on Instagram,’ she said. And something about that just like broke my heart a little. It did something weird and visceral to me.