Starting Out in the Evening

Starting Out in the Evening (2007) PG-13
Frank Langella is aging author Leonard Schiller. He has been struggling for ten years with his current project. All of his old novels are out of print, and he is worried about his daughter, alone at 39 and desperate for a baby. Then a young graduate student, writing her thesis on Leonard, inserts herself into his life. But is she savior or threat? A quiet thoughtful movie about very real, flawed people.

Visit the official movie website or the Sundance Film Festival page. Read a New York Times review of the movie or the Brian Morton book the movie was based on.
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