2014. USA. 97 min.
Director: Victor Levin Featuring: Anton Yelchin, Bérénice Marlohe, Olivia Thirlby, Lambert Wilson, Frank Langella, Glenn Close
preceded by the short film Fifth Street (13 min.)
Aspiring young writer Brian (Yelchin) first encounters the sophisticated wife of a French diplomat outside of the Manhattan St. Regis Hotel. Charmed by Brian’s tireless pursuit, Arielle (Marlohe) suggests a “cinq-à-sept” affair – the hours between 5 to 7 o’clock when the world seems to shrink down to two. Although pleased he’s found a muse, Brian’s parents condemn the foreign concept of condoned extramarital activities. However, when they fall in love, they must face meaningful life decisions head-on. Victor Levin’s emotionally potent feature directorial debut addresses issues of the heart, and its power when the odds are stacked against it. Discussion with actor Frank Langella, director Victor Levin, Julian Bond, and producers Julie Lynn and Bonnie Curtis, and Harry Chotiner
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