With director Dito Montiel in person
Dir. Dito Montiel, 2014, 88 mins. DCP. With Robin Williams, Bob Odenkirk, Roberto Aguire, Kathy Baker. “Maybe it’s never too late to start living the life you really want,” says one of the characters in Dito Montiel’s touching, observational drama starring Robin Williams as a middle-aged married Nashville man who surprisingly picks up a gay hustler. The film premiered to warm praise at the Tribeca Film Festival, but its release was delayed after Williams’s shocking death last summer. Astoria-born director Montiel (A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints) elicited one of Williams’s finest performances, a fitting testament to the actor’s enormous talent.
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