“Union Square” is new drametical movie. It i directed by Nancy Savoca. It isss produced by Nancy Savoca and Mary Tobler. Watch online Union Square movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX All Qualities are Here
Movie has screenwriters Nancy Savoca, Mary Tobler.
Movie Review (Synopsis):
“Union Square” is the setting for an unexpected reunion between two estranged sisters, one on the verge of getting married, the other on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Lucy (Academy Award(R) winner Mira Sorvino) attempts to shop for discount clothes while anxiously talking on her cell. When the news is not what she wants to hear, she has a complete meltdown. Unsure of her next move, she has an idea. Suddenly, Lucy finds herself somewhere she’s never been: her younger sister Jenny’s (Tammy Blanchard) loft apartment off Union Square. Jenny is stunned to see Lucy on her doorstep and, what’s worse, unable to keep her out. Jenny has little time to prepare her fiance, who she’s kept in the dark about her family’s tumultuous upbringing in the Bronx, for her sister’s excessive behavior. Lucy tries to update Jenny about their mother and when the news is not what Jenny expects to hear, she’s left wondering just what else could possibly happen to disrupt her ordered life…that is, until Lucy delivers even more surprises.
A reluctant reunion of two estranged sisters. One is on the verge of marriage; the other is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Both struggle with truths they’re hiding from each other – and from themselves. Jenny has rejected her tumultuous family and cut off communication, seeking a more ordered life far from her roots in the Bronx. And she’s almost ready to commit to her longtime fiancé when her sister Lucy – the personification of all that Jenny has been trying to flee – surprises her at a critical time. Lucy and Jenny’s combustible reunion brings both of them to unforeseen places, shattering and reconstructing the worlds they have both carefully constructed.
Mira Sorvino shows her chops once again playing Lucy, a deeply troubled, self-absorbed, erratic and emotional sister to Jenny, played by the stunning and talented Tammy Blanchard. In a powerful cameo, Patti LuPone plays their narcissistic, chain smoking mother.
Mike Doyle (best known as forensics tech Ryan O’Halloran inLaw & Order, SVU) plays Bill, Jenny’s soon-to-be husband. Bill and Jenny’s anally-retentive adherence to routine is thrown into a tizzy when Lucy shows up unannounced and plops down onto their couch and into their lives. Daphne Rubin-Vega (Mimi in Broadway’s Rent) does a fine job as Sara, Lucy’s best friend who comes over for an evening drink-a-logue with Lucy in Jenny and Bill’s living room.
Like Steve McQueen’s Shame, Nancy Savoca’s Union Square is about two siblings, with wildly divergent personalities, in a hopelessly impossible situation. As insidious as the respective premises are, McQueen is able to deftly handle the matter with enough grace under pressure to transcend and exceed our penitent expectations for mere banality. Savoca, however, doesn’t do quite as well.
The best way to see the film as a whole is to examine the lead protagonists, Lucy and Jenny. Lucy is the self-destructive, over-the-top, glitzy diva with a penchant for emotional outbursts and unrestrained diatribes. Jenny, on the other hand, had run away from the foibles of her family, embodied in Lucy. She is the composed, meek and mild type of woman. Married to a vegetarian health geek, no less.
However, when Jenny is introduced, the tone changes completely, taking on a more somber, plaintive perspective of the situation. Not only does this muddle the overall tone of the film, it makes everything uneven, from the tenor to the pacing.
One moment, we are at a club, watching Lucy try to party and drink her problems away, and the next, we are at their home, with Jenny pouring her inner most thoughts to her husband, Bill (Mike Doyle). While it tries to walk the line between humour and drama, it ends up doing neither. Not successfully, anyway.
The film consequently drags for quite a bit until situations and supporting characters are artificially injected to get the movie flowing again. The frustration in the characters is almost palpable because, as an audience, we almost feel the same way, having to wait for what seems like an interminable amount of time before something truly happens. If one is to be overly critical, Union Square can sometimes feel like a short film stretched and contrived into a feature.
But, like its characters, the film is a tale of two attitudes. While it sometimes feels like an ostentatious, brazen MTV-type kind of picture (à la Lucy), it will also sometimes feel like a benevolent, sickly saccharine movie befitting of a time slot on Lifetime (à la Jenny). Union Square tries to find a middle ground between the two, but, again, like its characters, the result is decidedly unhappy.
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Characters are playing roles as:
Mira Sorvino is playing as Lucy
Michael Rispoli is playing as Nick
Tammy Blanchard is playing as Jenny
Christopher Backus is playing as Andy
Mike Doyle is playing as Bill
Patti LuPone is playing as Lucia
Daphne Rubin-Vega is playing as Sara
Harper Dill is playing as Trish
Michael Sirow is playing as Jay
Holden Backus is playing as Mike