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Synopsis

A New York art gallerist falls for a brooding new music composer in this comic tale about the state of contemporary art.

STARRING

Adam Goldberg
Marley Shelton
Eion Bailey
Lucy Punch
Vinnie Jones

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Reviews

  • “A comedy worthy of the best Woody Allen…(Untitled) wittily skewers the conventions and traditions of the avant-garde scene.”

    ROGER EBERT
  • “Acutely witty … This brave little film deserves an audience… Ms. Shelton gives a bright screwball performance that recalls the young Diane Keaton.”

    THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • “*****Five Stars. A very funny satire of the art world… A comedy of intelligence and wit with strong performances…A film of shrewdness and sophistication.”

    SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
  • “(Untitled) takes on the New York art and music world in one smart and funny swoop.”

    LA TIMES
  • “Intelligent and provocative, (Untitled) is consistently surprising and funny without pandering for laughs.”

    HUFFINGTON POST
  • “Jonathan Parker curates a collection of fictional artists, composers, and assorted New York scenesters in (this) very funny, tolerant satire of contemporary art and its discontents. The whole cast is museum quality and the “music” performances are pitch- perfect in their dissonance.”

    ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
  • “A comedy surprise! …A simply terrific ensemble cast… This spoof on the state of contemporary art is full of bright actors and witty dialogue…”

    BOX OFFICE MAGAZINE
  • “A smart and funny satire of the contemporary New York art scene.”

    WASHINGTON POST
  • “Rousingly funny…A gem of a movie.”

    MTV
  • “The impressive aspect of Parker’s latest is an evident grasp and respect for what’s worthy and worthless in the fecund present-day scene…Marley Shelton, in a sparkling performance, superbly embodies the passions and raw ambitions of a young New York gallerist.”

    VARIETY
  • “A charming, satirical poke at the ostensible contradictions regarding the state of modern art.”

    JUXTAPOZ MAGAZINE
  • “(Untitled) is a smart, funny film that looks at the world of contemporary art with enough edge to make it to make it credible and enough compassion to make it loveable.”

    ARTWORKS MAGAZINE
  • “Critics’ Pick.”

    NEW YORK MAGAZINE
  • “The best film of 2009! A mature and complete film about the perspective of art that resides in each of us, with a script that is like literature.”

    HOLLYWOODCHICAGO.COM

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A New York art gallerist falls for a brooding new music composer in this comic tale about the state of contemporary art.
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