New York. 多少故事的发生。
我要和你选在时代广场碰头，maybe it's the coolest place for us to meet.
最大的观影感受，情节脱线，台词脱线，（就是忽然想起，“主创觉得本片有一点三、四十年代Screwball Comedy的风格”）在别墅里一起翻看Mistress America那一段，超喜欢。
每次看和American High School 或者College的戏，都会发现自己喜欢的soundtrack。
Dean Wareham&Britta Phillips
“Those people were nothing compared to her. They were matches compared to her bonfire.She was the last cowboy, all romance and failure. The world was changing, and her kind didn't have anywhere to go. Being a beacon of hope of lesser people is a lonely business."
As Noah Baumbach’s second film of 2015, “Mistress America” shows a director hitting his stride. A screwball comedy about the relationship between two young women in New York, “Mistress America” is stuffed with outlandishly funny moments grounded in the fatuousness of self-absorbed people. The movie follows Greta Gerwig as Brooke, a boundlessly energetic self-styled renaissance women with New York wrapped around her finger. As her widower father prepares to marry a divorcee mom (Kathryn Erbe), Brooke finds herself thrilled with the admiration of her college-aged stepsister-to-be, Tracy (Lola Kirke). Faced with a personal dream on the brink of collapse, Brooke, Tracy and a few friends pile into a car heading for Connecticut, where complications of every kind arise. A hilarious take on the dynamics of female friendship and the unbreakable confidence of someone on the brink, “Mistress America” is one of Baumbach’s finest works. The score to the film was composed by the duo of Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips (The Squid and the Whale, Tenure), former members of the dream pop band Luna and longtime collaborators of Noah Baumbach.
©本文版权归 Taketime 所有, 任何形式转载请联系作者。