A bitingly funny coming-of-age story of a teenage cartoonist who rejects the comforts of his suburban life in a misguided quest for soul.
Owen Kline is an American director, screenwriter and actor based in New York City. His short Jazzy for Joe starred the late broadcasting legend Joe Franklin in a rare comic performance paired alongside an orphaned toddler. His prior short, Fowl Play, a Queens-based comedy about low-rent aspiring cockfighters and their chicken, was presented on Le Cinéma Club in 2017 as part of the Safdie brothers’ carte blanche. Kline’s acting credits include Noah Baumbach’s The Squid and the Whale, the Safdies’ John’s Gone and the Michael M. Bilandic comedies Hellaware and Jobe’z World. Kline wrote and directed Funny Pages, his feature debut.
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Daniel Zolghardi (Robert)
Matthew Maher (Wallace)
Sean Price Williams
Théâtre Croisette - 05/24/2022 8h30
Théâtre Croisette - 05/24/2022 19h30
Cinéma Alexandre III - 05/25/2022 11h30
Cinéma Les Arcades / Salle 1 - 05/25/2022 22h45
Cinéma Le Raimu - 05/26/2022 16h30