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Directed by Nicole Holofcener
Starring: Catherine Keener, Emily Mortimer, Brenda Blethyn, Ravin Goodwin, Clark Gregg, Dermot Mulroney, Aunjanue Ellis
Review by Nina Katungi


SYNOPSIS:

Michelle and Elizabeth are thirty-something sisters living in the superficial, tinsel town that is Los Angeles. Michelle and Jane find themselves taking care of their eight-year old African-American, adopted, sister, Annie while their mother, Jane, recovers from an infection caused by a liposuction procedure. Each of these characters are all personally obsessed with how and what they’re supposed represent in society. We follow each them as they deal with their insecurities in their own specific ways.

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Nicole Holofcener is a writer and director for both television and film. She is best known for having strong female leads in her films. “Lovely and Amazing” is her second feature film. It picked up mixed emotions from the critiques but was received well among the viewers and in result made quite a profit in the box office. The film was also nominated for various awards including “Best Supporting Actress” Emily Mortimer, “Best Female Lead” Catherine Keener, “Best Debut Performance” Ravin Goodwin, “Best Director” and “Best original screenplay” Nicole Holofcener. There were a total of thirteen nominations and three wins.

Michelle (Keener) is an unemployed wife and mother in her late-thirties. She’s basically crossed the line of “starving artist” as she struggles to sell her mini self-crafted creations and refuses to take on any other job to help with expenses. Michelle’s husband, Bill (Gregg) has grown tired of his wife’s insecurities and self-righteous vanity. Michelle is aware of her husbands growing detachment yet is oblivious to the fact that he is having an affair with her best friend. After several unsuccessful attempts to sell her work, Michelle finally takes the plunge by getting a job in a one-hour photo. Clouded by her low self-esteem Michelle embraces the attention from her seventeen-year old boss Jordan (Gyllenhaal) and begins to have an affair with him. Michelle is clearly messed up. She’s fallen so deep that it seems impossible for her to find her way back. Her only sanity seems to be her daughter, although it can be confusing at times to determine who the parent is and who the child is.

Elizabeth (Mortimer) is a struggling actress in her early thirties. Insecure with the entirety of herself, Elizabeth seeks comfort and support from her boyfriend Paul (LeGros). She also has an obsession of picking up stray dogs and taking them home with her. Paul disagrees with the superficial world that Elizabeth is a part of and is the last to reassure her of anything. Elizabeth gets an audition to play opposite Kevin McCabe (Mulroney), a popular actor with a sleazy reputation. The audition starts off on a bad note but ends with Elizabeth and Kevin hitting it off better than expected. Elizabeth’s convinced she’s got the part but soon finds out that she was not chosen because the casting crew did not find her sexy. This is not exactly what Elizabeth needs to be hearing and finding solace in Paul doesn’t seem to help things either. It’s clear that this final draw for Paul and their relationship comes to an end. Elizabeth hooks up with Kevin and finds herself asking him to point out all her flaws, top to bottom, of her naked body.

In the meantime Jane (Blethyn), Mother of Michelle, Elizabeth, and adopted daughter Annie (Goodwin), has decided to get liposuction. Jane isn’t exactly an ideal mother figure for her daughters especially Annie, who is eight and slightly over-weight. Jane let’s Annie do what she wants, which causes her sisters a fair amount of distress. Annie doesn’t exactly have the best of role models around her and it’s clear that her dysfunctional family triggers some unusual behaviour. Jane also wants Annie to grow up knowing about her African-American heritage. Jane finds Lorraine (Ellis), an African-American in her late-twenties. Lorraine becomes Annie’s swimming teacher as well as her “big sister”. When Jane goes in for her surgery she’s only signed in as an out-patient but due to an infection caused by the liposuction she ends up staying in the hospital for a while. Michelle and Jane share the responsibility of taking care of Annie while Jane’s away.

This film entails both Drama and Comedy. It follows four characters who find themselves emotionally stuck at pivotal times in their lives. We’re given a glimpse of these moments and painfully watch as they begin to acknowledge their conflicts. That however, is as far as it goes. This incomplete ending came as a disappointment to several viewers and film critiques but I beg to differ. This film captures specific moments in these characters lives. These moments progress but aren’t resolved within the film. It’s not about the resolution in this piece it’s about acknowledging the problems within ourselves and this is a process that we may never complete. These characters aren’t exactly easy to sympathise with all the time. They merely represent flaws that are within all of us, hence the reason the film may not be so appealing to watch. I see it as an honest piece a piece that, perhaps we don’t want to admit to, but relates to all of us. I understand where Nicole Holofcener is coming from. I enjoyed the film and I took several valuable elements away with me and I hope others will too.

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