Twelve Thirty

Directed by Jeff Lipsky

Year: 2011
Running Time: 126
Color Type: Color
Aspect Ratio: 1:85
Country: U.S.
Language: English
Genres: Drama
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Twelve Thirty

Cast
Barbara Barrie
Reed Birney
Jonathan Groff
Rebecca Schull
Halley Feiffer
Karen Young
Mamie Gummer

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Directed by Jeff Lipsky
Writer Jeff Lipsky


There are three women in the Langley household:  Vivien (Karen Young), the mother, is caught between a fierce independence and an almost agoraphobic attachment to home; seductive and confident Mel (Portia Reiners) is a 19-year-old mirror image of her mother; Maura (Mamie Gummer), 22, is alienated, afraid and unable to pinpoint her place in the world.  They live together in a seemingly close household, yet each is very much alone.  The once man-of-the-house, Martin (Reed Birney), left long ago to pursue a new way of life, but keeps a shadow presence: he maintains a comfortable erotic tie to his ex-wife and a tentative relationship with Mel. Maura has all but shunned him. The family’s status quo explodes when Jeff (Jonathan Groff) walks into their combustible, dysfunctional world.

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‘Twelve Thirty’ is sexy and big-hearted and really gets under your skin. Karen Young's high-risk performance is so amazing! It's a vivid, potent, strange film, not like anything else. It confirms my sense that in terms of craft, command, narrative and thematic ambition, and a wide range of European and American influences, Lipsky is an utterly distinctive figure.” – Andrew O’Hehir, Salon.com

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