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JUDY BERLIN
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JUDY BERLIN

Directed by : Eric MENDELSOHN

Country : UNITED STATES Length : 94 minutes

Synopsis

It is the second day of school in the tiny town of Babylon, Long Island. The residents of the town - stranded housewives, embittered school teachers, aspiring actresses and introverted failures - bear witness to the coming of Fall, unaware of the strange odyssey and momentous changes that the day has in store for them. David Gold has returned to his parents' home after a failed attempt at success in California. He runs into former classmate Judy Berlin - still outspoken and charismatic, now a local actress with dreams of stardom. As the town is engulfed in the darkness of a strange solar eclipse, David and Judy pass the day reminiscing. In the surreal twilight, they, along with the other inhabitants of this average town, wander the streets searching for insight and understanding.

Credits

Eric MENDELSOHN - Director

Eric MENDELSOHN - Script / Dialogue

Jeffrey SECKENDORF - Cinematography

Michael NICHOLAS - Music

Eric MENDELSOHN - Film Editor

Charles KULSZISKI - Set decorator

Casting

Aaron HARNICK - David Gold

Barbara BARRIE - Sue Berlin

Julie KAVNER - Marie

Edie FALCO - Judy Berlin

Bob DISHY - Arthur Gold

Madeline KAHN - Alice Gold

Anne MEARA - Bea

Film poster © DR

Un Certain Regard Released on Eric MENDELSOHN

JUDY BERLIN

It is the second day of school in the tiny town of Babylon, Long Island. The residents of the town - stranded housewives, embittered school teachers,...
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