Starting Out in the Evening 2007
Amazon Instant Video
|Starring||Frank Langella, Lauren Ambrose|
|Supporting actors||Patti Perkins, Lili Taylor, Adrian Lester, Dennis Parlato, Jeff McCarthy, Michael Cumpsty, Jessica Hecht, Karl Bury, Sean T. Krishnan, Thomas Ryan, Anitha Gandhi, Joie Lee, John C. Havens, Joel West, Ali Reza, Jerry Walsh, Denise S. Anderson, John Auer|
|MPAA rating||PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Rental rights||24 hour viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
If I can get one person to watch this I will be happy!
This is a film about relationships as much as it is about the art of writing, the selfishness of the artist, and also the obsessive interest of the writer's critic.
This is just a nice little story, nothing thrilling but good storyline and his acting is superb as usual.
The ending was a disappointment but the relationship of the eldely fading author and his young attractive muse was fascunating and compelling.Published 9 days ago by Stanley K. Taub Productions
Slowly paced to match the twilight of the professors aging years, the role of the graduate student is annoyingly one of using an older man for personal ambition. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marilyn
Brian Morton is great novelist; this was someone's bland and stiff Graduate school film homage to a book that may have lacked enough widespread demographic appeal to be given the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by R. Gordon
A beautifully contemplative film that evolves at a pace like natural breathing. It captures the interiors of the Upper West Side of New York with the intimacy they contain in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Susan M von Abele
I wish there were more quiet, gentle, and thought provoking movies like this. Frank Langella does an outstanding job portraying Leonard Schiller, a retired professor and novelist... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jeffery D Ross
Frank Langella is as quietly brilliant in this moving film as I expected. Excellent supporting performances by Lauren Ambrose and the supporting cast as well.Published 8 months ago by Terri DelCampo
One of the best films I've seen in years--a subtle multilayered study of the regrets that attend aging, and the acceptances that must be embraced. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Starr Morrow