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Starting Out in the Evening
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Starting Out in the Evening 2007


description written by member Zara:

Langella plays Leonard Schiller, a once-famous New York writer who is both shaken and emboldened when a beautiful graduate student(Lauren Ambrose) invades his solitude to mine his life for her thesis about his novels. The screenplay was adapted by Wagner and Fred Parness from the PenFaulkner Award-nominated novel by Brian Morton.

Release Date:November 23rd, 2007
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:111 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsAndrew Wagner
Written By:
No image existsAndrew Wagner
No image existsBrian Morton
No image existsFred Parnes
Starring:
No image existsLauren Ambrose
No image existsKarl Bury
Jessica HechtJessica Hecht
Frank LangellaFrank Langella
No image existsAdrian Lester
No image existsJeff McCarthy
Lili TaylorLili Taylor
No image existsJerry Walsh
No image existsJoel West
No image existsSean T. Krishnan
No image existsAnitha Gandhi

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Starting Out in the Evening Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/8/2008)

I would be beneficial to all of us if we would write a couple of novels during our life. Leonard Schiller (Frank Langella) had written four and was struggling on a fifth. He couldn't understand why he was not making progress. Given that our characters in the novels are taken from our lives, maybe his life had just become...

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