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Helmer Austin Pendleton's production has the handsome look (of battered elegance) and elusive spirit (beautiful, but damned) of his prior Chekhovian outings for the CSC.
Offering a well-meaning, downbeat take on domestic entrapment, teenage angst and suburban ennui, "The Cowards Who Looked to the Sky" plays like a pink film for social workers.
A routine, even mundane crime story relayed in tones of world-weary fatigue, 'Killing Them Softly' deglams the mob movie to coolly distinctive if rarely pulse-quickening effect.
In the second act of Noel Coward's weekend-in-the-country comedy "Hay Fever," Judith (Lindsay Duncan), her family and a gaggle of deliciously ill-matched houseguests attempt a parlor game.
Ed Brubaker, the comicbook world's most decorated scribe of the past five years, is adapting his graphic novel "Coward" for Jamie Patricof's Hunting Lane Films, which has acquired the rights to the…
After playing sinister characters in "The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford" and "The Killer Inside Me," Casey Affleck is joining the fight for good, as he's in negotiations to…
Blighty-based B Good Picture Co. is developing a feature on multihyphenate Noel Coward, penned by Martin Sherman.
Written in the mannered Restoration style of the period, the pastiche gets carried away by its own cleverness.