An NYC professor spends a week re-connecting with his family while defending his reputation over controversial behavior at his college.
A measured approach to a difficult subject. The story isn’t extreme. But it still shows some of the mechanisms that have to change.
Usually I would expect, that the sheer number of crises Josh has to deal with, would put me off. But I continued to stay interested. Justin Long’s performance strongly contributed to that.
Watching tv in cosy chunky knit and the largest bowl of mashed potatoes your lap could support
Current and eternal mood
Kate Berlant - The Characters
Some of the best short films these days seem to come from the collaboration of John Early, Kate Berlant, and Andrew DeYoung (555, Dinner Party). There is striking balance of feeling grounded, organic, and real as well as threading a line of ridiculousness throughout that we really enjoy.
Such is the case with their latest offering, Rachel, which we won’t spoil with any sort of description. Just let it sink in over 12 min. or so here.
this is honest to god like the most inventive and funniest thing ive ever seen in my life
Wow! Love it! Big fan!