Tuesday, December 10
(2010) Wit gets no drier than writer Fran Lebowitz’ extemporaneous monologues, interspersed with archival footage of Truman Capote, Oscar Levant, James Baldwin, etc. DCP. Approx. 84 min.
“Ms. Lebowitz’s endearing narcissism is a study in the notion that arrogance and insecurity are largely two sides of the same cocktail coaster.”
– Ginia Bellafonte, The New York Times
“Lebowitz is wry, funny, smart and insanely quick; she and Scorsese didn’t set the topics for discussion in advance, and the film’s energy reflects its of-the-moment quality.”
– Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times