The Kids Are All Right (R)
The latest work to come from director Lisa Cholodenko (High Art, Laurel Canyon) is everything you could hope for from an indie film. The Kids Are All Right offers a spot-on portrait of a contemporary lifestyle, stellar acting and pitch-perfect comedy. Cholodenko, who co-wrote the script, incorporates so many detailed nuances of a present-day family she might have been making a documentary. The brilliance is in her masterful sleight of hand. From every angle, the filmmaker explores traditional issues tackled in everyman households—but this one is helmed by a pair of lesbians, portrayed by Annette Bening and Julianne Moore.
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