First Run Features A woman in “The House of the Sleeping Beauties.”Just a couple of quick weekend hits on small-release new movies that might be flying under your radar, and pretty much everybody else’s.“Eden,” a modestly scaled but powerful marriage drama set in a backwater Irish town, pulls the Emerald Isle’s cinema into the 21st century in impressive fashion. 9 in Houston, with more cities to follow.)“We Are Wizards,” Josh Koury’s documentary about the wide-ranging DIY pop-culture universe that has sprung up around the Harry Potter books and movies, was among the delights at last spring’s South by Southwest festival.Director Declan Recks and screenwriter Eugene O’Brien (who adapts his own play) admirably capture the blend of cosmopolitan culture and traditional folkways that has defined Irish society during its recent economic boom, but the heart and soul of the film is Eileen Walsh’s vulnerable, startling and sexy performance as Breda, a 30ish wife and mother who’s increasingly starved for affection and attention. It’s highly enjoyable even if (like me) you’re not much of a Potterphile. 26 at the Denver Film Society, with more cities, and DVD release, to be announced.)Sometimes the perfect thing to round out your weekend is a little pseudo-arty Eurosleaze.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute The Villages women, handsome The Villages men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.Search thousands of free escort ads in the adult classifieds.Meet consenting adults of your choosing whether they are male, female or shemale.
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Breda must do battle with familiar varieties of small-town snobbery and bitchiness, along with the totally unexpected arrival of a potential lover. and a life-threatening cancer, sparking a worldwide boycott of Potter products. Plus it’s got hubris to burn, since the 67-year-old director and star gives himself numerous nude scenes (one of them full-frontal) alongside a half-dozen or so unclad hotties.
Thrumming with anguish and erotic vitality, “Eden” paints a heartbreaking portrait of a newly affluent country (freed from dour priests, whiskey-soaked revolutionaries and shawl-clad women) afflicted with emotional growing pains. Strangest and most delightful of all is Austin, Texas, comic artist Brad Neely (known for his widely disseminated animation “George Washington,” a profile of “the most bad-ass of all people who have ever existed”), whose profoundly unauthorized audio work “Wizard People, Dear Reader” offers an alternate soundtrack to the first “Harry Potter” film. Glowna plays Edmond, a widowed and depressed businessman, whose best friend (German screen legend Maximilian Schell) ships him off to an unusual brothel: Through some unexplained medication or mechanism, the assortment of lovely young things are always asleep, and won’t wake up no matter what you do to them or with them.