Love Is Strange

    Genre
    Comedy, Drama
  • Runtime
    98 mins
  • Release Date
    2014
  • Countries
    USA, Greece
  • Languages
    English, Russian

ANGELIKA’S NOTE

LOVE IS STRANGE soars thanks to remarkable performances by Oscar nominee John Lithgow and Alfred Molina (AN EDUCATION), in this multi-generational story of love and marriage from filmmaker Ira Sachs (KEEP THE LIGHTS ON). This 93% fresh rated film was heralded by Paper Magazine as "exceptionally beautiful" and "one of the best films" of the year. LOVE IS STRANGE depicts the delicate nature of two people trying to build a life together.
DIRECTED BY:
Ira Sachs
WRITTEN BY:
Ira Sachs, Mauricio Zacharias
CAST INCLUDES:
Alfred Molina, John Lithgow, Manny Perez, Cheyenne Jackson, Darren Burrows, Marisa Tomei

SYNOPSIS

Recently married couple Ben and George who upon return from their honeymoon and learn that Ben has been fired from his lifetime job at co-ed Catholic school. With no real savings to count on, the couple suddenly can’t afford their small New York City apartment and they are forced to call upon their tight-knit community of family and friends.

Love Is Strange

    Genre
    Comedy, Drama
  • Runtime
    98 mins
  • Release Date
    2014
  • Countries
    USA, Greece
  • Languages
    English, Russian
DIRECTED BY
Ira Sachs
WRITTEN BY
Ira Sachs, Mauricio Zacharias
CAST INCLUDES
Alfred Molina, John Lithgow, Manny Perez, Cheyenne Jackson, Darren Burrows, Marisa Tomei
LOVE IS STRANGE soars thanks to remarkable performances by Oscar nominee John Lithgow and Alfred Molina (AN EDUCATION), in this multi-generational story of love and marriage from filmmaker Ira Sachs (KEEP THE LIGHTS ON). This 93% fresh rated film was heralded by Paper Magazine as "exceptionally beautiful" and "one of the best films" of the year. LOVE IS STRANGE depicts the delicate nature of two people trying to build a life together.

Recently married couple Ben and George who upon return from their honeymoon and learn that Ben has been fired from his lifetime job at co-ed Catholic school. With no real savings to count on, the couple suddenly can’t afford their small New York City apartment and they are forced to call upon their tight-knit community of family and friends.