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A Month in Thailand

Saturday, June 13, 2015, 8 p.m., Dryden Theatre

“Paul Negoescu’s brilliant film shares with The Unspeakable Act a distinctly Rohmerian vibe (though the resemblance in Negoescu’s case is apparently due more to temperamental similarity than to homage), and takes its place in a loose 21st-century neo-Rohmerian movement that also includes Celina Murga’s Ana and the Others, Guillaume Brac’s A World Without, and the short films of Sky Hirschkron (who plays the brother in The Unspeakable Act) and Ted Fendt. Negoescu’s likeable but somewhat mysterious protagonist Radu pursues the Holy Grail of reclaiming his discarded ex-lover with a Rohmerian conviction that is slowly problematized by the complexity of the emotional landscape he navigates. A beautifully structured and intelligent work, full of unexpected delights.” – Dan Sallitt