Watch: Kathryn Hahn & Juno Temple in First 'Afternoon Delight' Trailer
Skyrockets in flight. Afternoon Delight premiered earlier this year at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival as the first feature film from writer and director Jill Soloway. Kathryn Hahn (Step Brothers, Wanderlust) takes the lead as a stable thirty-something whose like is shaken up after a trip to the strip club meant to spice up her sex life with her husband (Josh Radnor) results in an alluring friendship with one of the dancers (Juno Temple). The film is surprisingly funny, but didn't quite come together as completely as I hoped. Hahn is stellar in the lead, and Radnor shows some range outside of being the normal nice guy, but beyond some solid writing, the film still has some shortcomings keeping it from being truly great. Watch?
Here's the first trailer for Jill Soloway's Afternoon Delight, originally from Apple:
Rachel (Kathryn Hahn) is a quick-witted and lovable, yet tightly coiled, thirty-something steeped in the creative class of Los Angeles’s bohemian, affluent Silver Lake neighborhood. Everything seems right: successful husband, adorable child, hipster wardrobe. But when she visits a strip club to spice up her marriage and gets a private dance from McKenna (Juno Temple), something cracks open. Adopting McKenna as her live-in nanny, the stability of her family and status in the community is threatened and may change everything. Josh Radnor also stars in the film written and directed by first-time filmmaker Jill Soloway ("Six Feet Under") which premiered at Sundance 2013 and hits limited theaters on August 30th.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
anyone able to hunt down the folk song in the second half???
adam on Jul 1, 2013
Alex, dude, these advertisements are insane. You can't mute them and it's seriously ruining the experience on your website.
Adam on Jul 1, 2013
MattPeloquin on Jul 1, 2013
@adam Hi - the song you are looking for is called 'Helicopter' from the group 'Branches'.
nameofthesong on Jul 1, 2013
thank you!!! i seem to have this problem far too often...
adam on Jul 1, 2013
No problem, you're welcome :-). I know what you mean, I often wonder what's the name of a special song, too...
nameofthesong on Jul 2, 2013
Also, if there are lyrics and you can make them out, you can always google them in quotes. I always use that to find info on new songs.
JL on Jul 2, 2013
Listler on Jul 1, 2013
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