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MAREN ADE’S EVERYONE ELSE

Seven years before shooting her masterpiece Toni Erdmann (2016), Maren Ade wrote, produced, and directed EVERYONE ELSE / ALLE ANDEREN.
“Young couple Gitti and Chris are vacationing at Chris’ parents’ villa in Sardinia. Ade’s almost too perceptive window into the relationship spares us none of the details, as the couple’s vacation—with its ample, visual reminders of Éric Rohmer‘s La Collectionneusebecomes its own bit of prison.”*
Author Durga Chew-Bose will present EVERYONE ELSE at Cinefamily on Tuesday night, May 16.
The night before the screening, Chew–Bose will launch her new essay collection TOO MUCH AND NOT IN THE MOOD at a Hard to Read event at the Standard Hollywood, joined by Sarah Nicole Prickett, Grace Dunham, Aria Dean, and Fiona Duncan.
DURGA CHEW–BOSE: TOO MUCH AND NOT IN THE MOOD, Monday, May 15, at 7 pm.
STANDARD HOLLYWOOD, 8300 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
hardtoread.us
EVERYONE ELSE / ALLE ANDEREN, Tuesday, May 16, at 7:30 pm.
CINEFAMILY AT THE SILENT MOVIE THEATRE, 611 North Fairfax, Los Angeles
*cinefamily.org/films/deeper-into-movies/#durga-chew-bose-presents-everyone-else

For more on Durga Chew–Bose, see:

fsgoriginals.com/books/detail/too-much-and-not-the-mood

and “The Anti-Polemisist”:

slate.com/articles/arts/books/2017/04/durga_chew_bose_s_too_much_and_not_the_mood_reviewed.html

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Birgit Minichmayr and Lars Eidinger in Everyone Else/Alle Anderen (2009), directed by Maren Ade Image credit: Komplizen Film

Birgit Minichmayr and Lars Eidinger in Everyone Else/Alle Anderen (2009), directed by Maren Ade
Image credit: Komplizen Film

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