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Plot: Rachel is a quick-witted and lovable stay-at-home mom. Frustrated with the realities of preschool auctions, a lacklustre sex life and career that’s gone kaput, she visits a strip club to spice up her marriage and meets McKenna, a stripper she adopts as her live-in nanny.
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**Everybody can’t be a Captain Save-a-Ho!**
Sometimes small films are good enough to highlight the good and bads of society. But the thing is they won’t to everybody. This is not a message film, but about doing good. Self is important, but still you can care for other than yourself. It was about an average modern day couple. They come across a young woman working in a strip club and try to support her to give up it to live a normal life like them. They know the risk of letting her in, so what comes later is a trouble that affects the family and friendship.
You won’t believe that it was one of the Tarantino’s top ten films of the year 2013. I find it not bad as well. But surely it should have been better. Feature film directional debut for the writer and producer. From the woman filmmaker, women oriented film drama. Fun to watch, yet a very serious thematic. From the cast side, both, Kathryn Hahn and Juno Temple were good. Surely a delightful film if you are not anticipating a big from it.
RELEASED IN 2013 and written & directed by Jill Soloway, “Afternoon Delight” chronicles events when a bored stay-at-home mom in Los Angeles (Kathryn Hahn) becomes intrigued by a beautiful ‘sex worker’ (Juno Temple) at a strip club. Surprisingly, she brings her home to live in the extra room and even enlists her as a nanny, which has repercussions. Josh Radnor plays the husband and Jane Lynch the wife’s therapist.
This contains some hard R-rated sex-oriented scenes so I encourage you to pass if you find that unsavory. To be honest, I was only interested in “Afternoon Delight” because of the winsome, stunning Juno. This isn’t a quirky comedy, but rather a serious drama with amusing touches. The occasional crudeness and overt raciness tempted me to tune out a few times, but I kept watching in the hope that the film had something good to get across; thankfully, it did (see below for details).
THE MOVIE RUNS 1 hours & 38 minutes and was shot in Los Angeles.
EXPLANATION (***SPOILER ALERT*** Don’t read further if you haven’t seen the film):
McKenna (Juno) is a siren, the daughter of a witch. She openly suggests that she’s a witch as well. Using her charms, she puts a ‘spell’ on Rachel (Hahn) at the strip club and so the mesmerized Rachel eventually tracks her down and brings her home. While Rachel sincerely intends on being a positive influence on McKenna and help her get out of the dubious sex business, McKenna intends on luring Rachel into her sleazy lifestyle. McKenna explains to Rachel why she has no qualms about what she does and even justifies it. Rachel is intrigued until she sees McKenna’s sordid work up close and rejects it because she discerns that McKenna is unrepentant about her vocation.
Rachel immediately puts the kibosh on McKenna babysitting her friends’ girls because she’s clearly a bad role model, but the mother has yet to figure out a way to get the prostitute out of the house without making too many waves. That’s when the wives go out on the town while the husbands stay home to party with tantalizing McKenna lurking nearby. Needless to say, it’s a recipe for disaster and provides a way for McKenna to stick it to Rachel and her ‘judgmental’ friends.
The negative fallout provokes Jeff (Radnor) to confront Rachel on how she could be so stupid to bring an unabashed whore into their abode. He didn’t comprehend Rachel’s reasoning: Did she want him to sleep with McKenna? Did SHE want to sleep with her? Jeff failed to grasp that Rachel was under McKenna’s “spell” and inadvertently doing her bidding.
Fortunately, Rachel, realizes her error (“waking up” from McKenna’s enchantment) and seeks reconciliation with her husband, now fully appreciating her family.
Makes you wonder if cinema in America is actually dead
Making a film is hard, no one disputes that, and I have respect for the filmmaker for making this film. But if this is the best direction of American independent film of 2013 then the answer is simple, cinema is dead. The fact that this film has played almost nowhere in Europe (festival wise) shows the impact it has internationally and the limited view that somewhere like Sundance can have on the current state of cinema. I don’t have any ill will towards Ms. Solowayl or her film, but cinema should be there to enlighten, excite, experiment, not play into clichés and formulas (in this case, the indie that really wants to be the next multiplex family train wreck). This film isn’t terrible, it’s just average, another movie, with some “names,” used as a calling card to go on and help Ms. Soloway make more mediocre work. And as the protagonist says in the TV SET, “make the world more mediocre.” Hopefully, before her next attempt, she’ll actually watch some films (and learn about cinema), think about what she wants to say and try and do something as an artist that is, even mildly, important. And of course “important” is relative, but if this was the last film she could make, would this be the story she would want to tell? Really? If the answer is yes, then not only is cinema dead, but culture as well. In the days of TED talks, Starbucks alternative mix CDs, etc.. this fits in just fine. Something you think is radical, but when you really look at it critically, it’s just more suburban POV, that has nothing more to say than, “our life is boring.” We know that already. I give her a five, if nothing more, for effort.
Afternoon Delight Stoned
I was completely confused by this film. All I could make out was a wealthy, bored housewife sabotaging her own life in the most ridiculous way she could think of. This could be interpreted as attention seeking from an iPhone addicted husband or to escape the dissatisfaction of her monotonous, repetitive life, but really who knows.
Directed by Jill Soloway (Six Feet Under; Transparent) and starring popular sitcom stars Kathryn Hahn (Parks and Recreation) and Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother) it is no wonder that this film feels amateurish and far-fetched, as many American sitcoms are. The film centers around a housewife living in an affluent part of L.A., who befriends a young prostitute and eventually invites her to live with her family. A ridiculous pretense to begin with, reality is lost in the smog of LA and the marijuana smoke. The central theme of the film, early marriage boredom, is an intriguing one and could have made an excellent film highlighting the hurdles that modern marriages must overcome in the technological age. The casting is actually good, Kathryn Hahn plays the part of a borderline depressed housewife convincingly, but the script and the screenplay are overly complicated and abstract. This clumsy and disjointed film, drifts from one idea to the next without links, and much like a drug addled university student loses itself completely. By the end I found myself laughing at the scenarios which unfolded, from jokes about abortions to a group of seemingly close friends showing a complete lack of interest in one of them ruining his marriage in front of their eyes.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Joey Soloway
Writer Joey Soloway
Actors Kathryn Hahn, Link Ruiz, Cesar Garcia, Jane Lynch
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations.
Production Company Whitewater Films, 72 Productions
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A