Posts Tagged ‘Noah Baumbach’


Posted on July 27th, 2016 by Joseph A. Hazani

We all make mistakes. That is a dictum of life. It’s surprising how ignored it is and how discouraged one is to fail in the world. Then again current with this theme of artificial organizing is that the soul is now completely detached from the world it swims in.   The title Greenberg centers around […]

Mistress America

Posted on December 11th, 2015 by Joseph A. Hazani

  Mistress America makes the effort to champion the idiosyncratic, making one the equivalent to laudable for the very sake of being original and hence not a follower. This existence occurs despite the natural tendency for material comfort to be had with those who can assimilate well with others; with those who can conform to […]

Frances Ha

Posted on February 20th, 2014 by Joseph A. Hazani

Frances is trying to make it. Like everyone else who moves to the Big Apple, she has hopes and dreams larger than their hometown residencies can handle. And it helps tremendously to rub shoulders with those kindred spirits, who have taken off the leash of the simple life in pursuit of the good life.   […]