Dominic at Sundance Film Festival, where he has two films being screened, John Krasinski's directorial debut, "Brief Interviews with Hideous Men" and "An Education."
"Brief Interviews with Hideous Men" is about Sarah Quinn, a graduate student in anthropology who gets dumped by her boyfriend and begins conducting a series of interviews with men on the subject of women and sex. Stars Julianne Nicholson, John Krasinski, Bobby Cannavale, Timothy Hutton, Christopher Meloni.
"An Education" also stars Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Emma Thompson, Rosamund Pike and Alfred Molina. Nick Hornby wrote the screenplay, which is based on the memoir of British journalist Lynn Barber. According to Variety, the film is "A celebration of intellectual curiosity and personal adventure through a portrait of 16-year-old English girl's questionable romance with a man twice her age. As a serious student in love with all things French who can't wait to shake off the constraints of her sheltered suburban London upbringing, circa 1961, Carey Mulligan shines in a captivating performance."
I think I'm going to love "An Education."