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Keep the Lights On (movie)

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  • LGBT-themed movies to keep an eye on at Sundance

    LGBT-themed movies to keep an eye on at Sundance
    The Sundance Film Festival kicks off in Park City, Utah, Jan. 16, which means a handful of LGBT-related movies will be making their premieres. Whether these flicks get picked up for distribution in theaters is another question entirely. But in the interest of being prepared, here's a look at a few of the festival's LGBT-focused offerings.
  • Ira Sachs talks about his new movie 'Love Is Strange'

    For someone who never attended film school, Ira Sachs has had a pretty good go of it as a writer and director. His features include "Married Life," "Keep the Lights On," "Forty Shades of Blue" and "The Delta." When on a Paris semester as a college...

    Film Review: 'Love Is Strange' tells a moving story

    Film Review: 'Love Is Strange' tells a moving story
    It's not many films that actually start with the happy ending, but that is seemingly the joyful place where "Love Is Strange" first takes us, as the couple Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) are finally allowed to tie the knot in an idyllic...

    Review: 'Love is Strange' ★★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Love is Strange' ★★&#9733 1/2
    Something wonderful happens in the final minutes of "Love Is Strange." A careful, humble examination of a marriage opens up emotionally, thanks in large part to co-writer and director Ira Sachs' use of a gorgeous lullaby, Chopin's Berceuse Op. 57 in D-...

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina find that 'Love Is Strange'

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina find that 'Love Is Strange'
    Talking to John Lithgow and Alfred Molina is like stepping into the middle of an old Monty Python sketch, with just the right touch of literate loopiness. The scene: A suite at the Four Season Hotel on a seasonably warm afternoon; the two gathered to...