Liberal Arts

Rating = C+

It's ultimately a thoughtful movie, about people trying to grow into the next (or current) stage of life. It is seriously under lit — -perhaps it was so low budget they didn't have money to rent enough lights. The first half is also drags. There is a lot of literate talk with some insights, especially about the academic life of the mind versus real life. It is nice to have a move that depends more on the dialog than on action sequences. It's too bad it is not a little better.

[2012-10-06, Plimouth Cinema, Plimouth Plantation, Plymouth, MA]