The Dish & the Spoon: Movie Review
A delicate brief-encounter indie set in the aftermath of betrayal, director-screenwriter Alison Bagnall's film is a convincingly tender drama thanks to the presence of star Greta Gerwig.
AUSTIN — A delicate brief-encounter indie set in the aftermath of betrayal, Alison Bagnall’s The Dish & the Spoon turns a pained woman into a child just long enough for her to take comfort from a dislocated boy-man. Convincingly tender and benefitting from the presence of indie star Greta Gerwig, the film has art-house potential and could raise the profile of co-star Olly Alexander.
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