Daily Archives: June 13, 2008

Friday, June 13, 2008

Ms. Elinor Lipman: Too, Too Divine

Mister D: Reporting Live from Motel 6, Niagara Falls Where The Water Meets The Floor! Think Ms. Lipman will let me interview her? Why of course????

Guardian
The Talented Ms Lipman
Elinor Lipman writes witty novels about middle-aged women. It’s hardly a surprise she’s not as well respected as she should be
By Diane Shipley
June 13, 2008 1:00 PM

Then She Found Me
Remember the name … Elinor Lipman’s Then She Found Me with Bette Midler and Helen Hunt

After 18 years, nine novels and one volume of short stories, it looks like American author Elinor Lipman might be about to get the recognition she deserves at last. Her new book Dear Henry will be released in the UK in July, just six days after an adaptation of her first book, Then She Found Me, hits the big screen. I’m looking forward to seeing it. But I’m more excited to think that Elinor Lipman may soon become a big name in the book world. She deserves to be. Read More

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TSFM Review: Panache!

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Colorada Springs Gazette
‘Then she found me’ a heartfelt story
By BRANDON FIBBS
June 12, 2008 – 11:11PM

If you’ve been wondering where Helen Hunt has been hiding these last few years, the answer is behind the camera.

Hunt has been indulging her passion project, “Then She Found Me,” a small, graceful film adapted from Elinor Lipman’s novel of the same name.

Hunt’s feature directing debut (she also produced, co-wrote and stars in the film) reveals tremendous promise for her directing future even as it succeeds beautifully in the here and now. Read More

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TSFM Review: Hit Hard

Movie Review: ‘Then She Found Me’ isn’t new, but that’s not bad

By Alexandyr Kent
akent@gannett.com

Helen Hunt’s directorial debut arrives with a bit of expectation. She’s chosen to adapt a book, Elinor Lipman’s “Then She Found Me,” she’s known since 1990. Seven seasons of “Mad About You,” a selective movie career and an Oscar later, Hunt’s finally putting a personal passion to the test.

Though this movie comes in a conventional package — cinematically, there’s nothing unique about it — it delivers drama through mercurial characters, meaningful humor and uneasy plot twists. Read More

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