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Go Get Some Rosemary

Go Get Some Rosemary
International title Go Get Some Rosemary
Section 47 edición - Sección Oficial Largometrajes
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2009
Running time 100
Director Josh Safdie, Benny Safdie
Screenplay Josh Safdie, Benny Safdie
Film Editing Josh Safdie, Benny Safdie
Photography Brett Jutkewicz, Josh Safdie
Music Michael Hurley, David Sandholm, The Beets, The Jubalaires & Bruce Hirdler
Production Casey Neistat, Tom Scott
Production design Ariel Schulman
Cast Ronald Bronstein (Lenny), Sage Ranaldo (Sage), Frey Ranaldo (Frey), Eleonore Hendricks (Leni), Salvatore Sansone (Salvie), Dakota Goldhor (Roberta), Aren Topdjian (Aren), Abel Ferrara, Leah Singer (Paige)
Producer

Neistat Scott & Associates

Distribution Company

Films Boutique

Synopsis

 Lenny is a 34-year-old cinema projectionist who only has custody of his two children for two weeks a year. Despite being a fun parent from the children’s point of view, he is a living handbook of everything a father should never do. Go get some Rosemary follows him through two weeks during which he commits a long list of irresponsible crimes, unintentional, but disconcerting even for two children who love games and chaos. However, two weeks are too little time, and amidst nightmares about giant mosquitoes, he makes a dangerous decision.

Director bio

The Safdie brothers were born and raised in New York between Queens and Manhattan. They have been making films since their father bought them a Hi-8 camera. In 2001 they founded Red Bucket Films with a group of friends. The collective capture “buttons”: brief moments in the daily life of New York, using the most unorthodox techniques. With Red Bucket Films they produced their first film, The Pleasure of Being Robbed (written by Ben and directed by Joshua). This film about a young kleptomaniac is a curious blend of Cassavetes and early Jarmusch. It was warmly received at various international festivals. Go Get Some Rosemary is their latest film, co-directed by the two brothers and presented at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.