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The acclaimed debut film from the director of LA LA LAND and WHIPLASH -- a full-fledged song-and-dance, tap-and-jazz musical, Damien Chazelle’s GUY AND MADELINE ON A PARK BENCH boldly recasts the 1940’s MGM musical tradition in a gritty, verite style, resulting in an exuberant celebration of romance and music.Guy and Madeline have been dating for three months, but the excitement of first love has faded.Their story unfolds in a world of jazz and tap, featuring original music composed by Justin Hurwitz and recorded by the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra. A minimalistic musical that once you watch will make you get up and join the actors in song.I loved how the director used Boston in the telling of his story. Well, Wolf Whistle, what I do is, I click on this button that says “bar user” and wait for Late38 and Hung Man to tell me how much they like me. Is this tailored matchmaking the reason why internet dating has become so popular? There are dedicated websites, as I discovered, for the not-so-happily married; the beautiful – where existing members assess whether you deserve to join them – and the wealthy (bank statements are checked by Cupid’s bean counters), not to mention the overweight, every religion going, wine lovers, disabled people, classical music aficionados and single parents.Jason begins by telling the audience that every relationship reaches the "So..." moment, where someone in the relationship will want to take the relationship to a more serious place.
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