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Marriage Story

Director Noah Baumbach
Country USA
Year 2019
Rating
Running Time 136
Trailer Link
IMDB Link //www.imdb.com/title/tt7653254/

From The Booth

 

“Baumbach finds the perfect blend of humor, humanity, heart and yes, suffering, to create a utterly compelling, harrowingly three-dimensional portrait of divorce, the gutting pains of a dissolving marriage, a child in the middle of the wreckage, and the family, broken or otherwise, that must go-on regardless... But Baumbach pulls no punches, and exhumes a personal calamity most people wouldn’t have the stomach to sift through again. It’s wrenching stuff to be sure, but it’s also excruciatingly funny, loaded with empathy, compassion, and understanding too, featuring outstanding performances from its leads, Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson. As heavy as it is, as heartbreaking as it can be, he does provide respite and even hand-holding emotional support. Marriage Story, for all its heartache, is a love story and a fairly generous one, that attempts to honor a relationship, a family, and a personal tragedy.”—Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist. The stellar supporting cast includes Laura Dern, Ray Liotta, Merritt Weaver, Wallace Shawn and Julie Hagerty. But the forthcoming accolades and nominations will belong the Mr Diver and Ms Johansson. Highly Recommended.