The feeling that the time for doing something has passed
A 30-something Jewish woman in New York practises the art of submission in the bedroom, and also navigates power dynamics in other facets of her life from work to family.
As the leading actor, screenwriter, director and editor of this autofiction made on a shoestring budget, Joanna Arnow puts herself out there, conjuring a character with few onscreen equivalents: a woman who is snarky and passionate, cold and loving, jaded and still figuring it out.
Joanna Arnow is a director, writer, actor based in Brooklyn, New York. Joanna’s films include Bad at Dancing which won the Berlinale Silver Bear Jury Prize, Laying Out and personal documentary I Hate Myself :). Her works have been screened at festivals including Rotterdam, Hong Kong and New York. She is currently developing her second feature film.
Scott Cohen (Allen), Babak Tafti (Chris), Joanna Arnow (Ann), Alysia Reiner (Sister), Peter Vack (Thomas), Parish Bradley (Elliot), Michael Cyril Creighton (Karl), Barbara Weiserbs (Mother), David Arnow (Father)
Maxwell diPaolo, Matt Liebowitz, Edwin Diagon
Théâtre Croisette - 05/19/2023 1.45pm
Théâtre Croisette - 05/19/2023 7.15pm
Cinéma Alexandre III - 05/20/2023 11.30am
Cinéma Le Raimu - 05/20/2023 4.30am
Cinéma La Licorne - 05/21/2023 9.00am
Cinéma Les Arcades / Salle 1 - 05/23/2023 10.45pm