|Quality: FullHD||Release date: May 19, 2017|
|Keywords: bank||Genres: Documentary|
|Duration: 88 min||Original title: Abacus: Small Enough to Jail|
Catching up. #AbacusSmallEnoughtoJail (James/16): High recommend for this documentary about mortgage crisis that has elements of intrigue, a courtroom drama with a charismatic cast of characters. #Julieta (Almodovar/16): Nice and steady filmmaking by Almodovar. #PersonalShopper (Assayas/16): Kristen Stewart keeps this weird, curvy movie interesting even if we don't get much resolution. #BrightLights starring #CarrieFisher and #DebbieReynolds (Bloom & Stevens/16): Intimate look at celebrity, mother-daughter adult life and Gary Fisher that is heartfelt, funny and intriguing. I am writing this the same week both of them passed away so it is a bittersweet memory seeing this documentary. Having seen it, I knew they lived next door to each other and had daily contact. They leave their pop legacies behind. #TheUnknownGirl (#Dardenne Brothers/16): The #Dardennes once again strive and succeed in presenting compelling stories about how we value one another as fellow humans. #Jackie (Larrain/16): Luscious and gut-wrenching. Great performance by Natalie Portman. @filmlinc #nyff
Q&A after Abacus: Small Enough to Jail with entire Sung Family who allowed #stevejames access to document their ordeal to let history judge it as Thomas Sung eloquently shared. #amytaubin #markmitten @filmlinc #nyff #filmliveshere #abacus @abacusmovie @kartemquin_films
Steve James (#HoopDreams) introduces at the Blue Note.
Some Q and A afterwards. #upperwestside #newyork #nyff #abacussmallenoughtojail