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Monogamy is a film directed and co-written by Dana Adam Shapiro. It is about the strained relationship of an engaged Brooklyn couple, Theo (Chris. Drama Meital Dohan in Monogamy Meital Dohan, Chris Messina, Rashida Jones and Dana . Won Best New York Narrative at the Tribeca Film Festival 17 May Although the film features two very appealing leads in Chris Messina and Rashida Jones, I wish I could report that Shapiro's transition to drama.
5 Mar Framed as a relationship-on-the-skids drama, Monogamy is instead a shallow and unconvincing look at male psychosexual pathology. 10 Mar Chris Messina is a voyeuristic photographer who slips deeper into narcissism in “ Monogamy,” a film by Dana Adam Shapiro. I saw "Monogamy" at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, where it won the award for Best New York Narrative. The story is suspenseful and very sexy, especially.
28 Mar UMC (Urban Movie Channel) has announced its new original drama series, Craig Ross, Jr.'s Monogamy, which the network calls "a tantalizing. 14 Feb A perfectly executed version of “Monogamy” might have rivaled a film like “Two Lovers” in its brooding willingness to confront head-on the most. 31 Mar The film, Monogamy, which opened across the country earlier this month, stars Chris Messina and Rashida Jones as Theo and Nat. 18 Mar If you ever thought the peekaboo ominousness of "Blow-Up" or "The Conversation" could be the template for a relationship fidelity drama. 14 Oct This debut narrative feature from documentary filmmaker Dana Adam Shapiro (" Murderball") takes two oft-explored cinematic topics.
28 Apr New York story Monogamy was named Best New York Narrative at TFF Chris Messina: Mainly, what attracted me to this movie is [director]. Happy 5th anniversary of the premiere of Monogamy at the Tribeca Film Festival! If you've yet to see the film, watch it now on Hulu: elixour.com Monogamy movie reviews & Metacritic score: Increasingly anxious about his impending marriage to Nat and thoroughly bored with his day job as a wedding. Film Comment critic Amy Taubin called Monogamy "the smartest film about something sex Doug Emmett — Shapiro puts his own stamp on voyeur cinema.