Movie Name Love Is Strange
Directed By Ira Sachs
Movie Genre Drama
Film Writers Ira Sachs
Screen/Dialogue Ira Sachs
CopyRight Holder Sony Pictures Classics
Released Year 2014
Released Country USA
Love Is Strange Movie Role Details :
John Lithgow plays as Ben. Alfred Molina plays as George. Marisa Tomei plays as Kate. Charlie Tahan plays as Joey. Cheyenne Jackson plays as Ted. Harriet Sansom Harris plays as Honey. Darren Burrows plays as Elliot. Christian Coulson plays as Ian. John Cullum plays as Father Raymond.
Love Is Strange Hollywood Movie Review
LOVE IS STRANGE, a film, unaffectedly coordinated by Ira Sachs, is so regular and unassuming in its depiction of connections that the partition amongst group of onlookers and the characters on the screen vanishes; we are straightforwardly slipping into their lives without breaking a sweat of commonality. There is a formal stunner to the motion picture, because of the cinematography of Christos Voudouris – the way he catches every space – portrayed through stylistic theme, as well as through the light which changes with the environment, especially like a Chardin still-life painting, great in its magnificence and quiet.
The plot rotates around two gay men who have lived respectively for a long time lastly get hitched, a choice that will modify their lives in ways that are surprising and changing. We initially meet Ben, a seventy-one year old craftsman, (John Lithgow in a stunning execution) and his accomplice George (Alfred Molina in a similarly fine depiction,) a music instructor in a Catholic school – both enthusiastically, and apprehensively get ready for the function and the post-wedding party. From the minute we first view Lithgow and Molina singing a two part harmony together – their voices and showy behavior in sync and at chances – delicate closeness is evident. Ira Sachs and co-essayist Mauricio Zacharias have made two strikingly delicate and adoring people, their closeness and persevering association, is both downplayed and intensely energetic.