People Places Things
Will Henry is a newly single graphic novelist balancing parenting his young twin daughters and a classroom full of students while exploring and navigating the rich complexities of new love and letting go of the woman who left him. He finds unexpected challenges when his talented student Kat tries to set Will up with her accomplished mother Diane. In this thoughtful comedy, Will is forced to navigate the unknown landscape of single fatherhood and dating in New York City, while remaining an inspiration for his students and coming to terms with himself both as a father as an artist.
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Critics Of "People Places Things"
September 10, 2015 People Places Things is a mildly amusing observational comedy about relationships that has its droll moments.Read in Source
April 16, 2016 Clement's predilection for center stage is real and actually kind of astounding, pole-vaulting James Strouse's low-key romantic comedy into something much sturdier.Read in Source
Sydney Morning Herald
September 10, 2015 Strouse offers a light treatment of a heavy situation. And the longer it goes, the deeper the sense of reality, the better the scenes. That's more than unusual. Most films get worse in the third act, not better.Read in Source
August 14, 2015 There are two reasons to check out People Places Things - but neither the lead actors nor the characters they play are among them.Read in Source
August 13, 2015 As the movie progresses, Will learns, in his low-key way, that life is full of unexpected twists, that love is hard to put away, and that people who share children can never fully leave each other.Read in Source
August 13, 2015 Strouse has come up with a near-perfect blend of awkward wit and good-natured sweetness.Read in Source
The Film Stage
February 24, 2016 Strouse has a built a career on small, personal stories, and this film is no different.Read in Source
August 14, 2015 Perhaps the wimpy ending is exactly what wishy-washy Will Henry deserved. I, on the other hand, deserved better.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
August 19, 2015 We know these characters are going through a lot, even if we don't always see it. And so, this short, ramshackle, shrinking movie manages to stick with you.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
August 13, 2015 Small, smart and inescapably independent, "People Places Things" has its own offbeat and charmingly low-key way of seeing the world.Read in Source
September 10, 2015 Clement is better-suited as a foil to Conchord-like absurdity, where it works as a droll counterweight.Read in Source
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