Monday, August 28, 2006
Andrew Bujalski's black-and-white slacker comedy Mutual Appreciation made number two on my 2005 Top Ten List (just behind Brokeback Mountain), and still stands as the most accurate depiction of twenty-first century sexual mores I've seen. At long last, this much-acclaimed film will receive a limited theatrical release in select arthouses throughout the United States.
If you live in or near New York City and you haven't seen Mutual Appreciation yet, here's your big chance: The film will play for one week, starting September 1, at the Cinema Village near Union Square. Cinephiles in Boston, Chicago, Austin and Washington will have to wait a little longer to feel the love. Click here for future playdates.
Update (8/29): And now there's a trailer. In the wrong aspect ratio. (It should be 1.33:1.)
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