Face of Love, The Directed
Arie Posin USA / 2013 / 92 minutes NY Premiere
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SYNOPSIS: Face of Love is the story of a widow named Nikki (Annette Bening) who, several years after the loss of her husband Garrett, meets a man named Tom (Ed Harris) who looks exactly like her deceased husband. Suddenly, a flood of old feelings rush back to her: she's met the love of her life. Again.
The film is a romantic story filled with humor, surprise, and reflections on the mystery of love surrounding us. Bening and Harris star, with an important supporting turn from Robin Williams as Nikki's confidante and would-be lover.
Arie Posin is an Israeli-born American film director and screenwriter, son of a Russian dissident filmmaker father and screenwriter mother, and a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts. He wrote and directed the award-winning short Over My Dead Body, followed by the feature-length film The Chumscrubber, which premiered in 2005 at the Sundance Film Festival and later took Posin to the Moscow International Film Festival, giving him the chance to connect to his roots and also win the Audience Award for Best Film. Since then, Posin has been developing screenplays, both on his own and in collaboration with other writers, and pursuing work as a commercial director. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and five-year-old daughter.
Cast/Featuring: Robin Williams, Ed Harris, Annette Bening, Amy Brenneman, Jess Weixler
Executive Producer(s): Theresa Castellano-Wood, Paige Dunham, Ruth Mutch, Amy Lynn Quinn, Amy Ware, Les Ware
Producer(s): Bonnie Curtis. Julie Lynn, Jonathan McCoy (co-producer)
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