Liberal Arts

The story tells of a man thirty-five years old and a College student who share a mutual love of books and music, but the age difference interfere with their relationship.

  • Josh Radnor

Release Date: 2012-10-05
IMDb icon 6.7/10
  • Country: US
  • Language: English
  • Budget: $2,000,000
  • Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $1,150,681
Arielle Plume
22 July 2013 | 12:19

I wanted to leave my little opinion on this little film. So I myself philologist, problems, zatragivayutsya in this movie, for me not an empty phrase. Indeed, the prestige of the Humanities falling. But moreover, it falls. To him such a dismissive attitude! No one in the Humanities appreciate. Due to the fact that they produce a tangible product.

But the film is certainly not just about this. In the story centers on a 35-year-old philologist, who still can not believe that he graduated from the College. He makes friends with a charming and smart student (also something of a linguist) and they brewing something type of relationship. But the problem times difference in the age (16 years). Our hero seems to he's after your students. In this throughout history, comes to the conclusion that age — a natural process, in which there is nothing to worry about. And that life can still be fun. And how to resolve the dilemma of his personal life — can find out by looking at the picture.

The movie is pleasant, with a slight touch of intelligence, without snobbery. The ending may seem to some to be successful or Vice versa, but I personally like it. The dialogues are witty, ironic. Especially remember the dispute about the books of the Twilight Saga. This kind of talk, I myself am constant with his girlfriend. I completely agree with main character in that it's certainly not Thick, but not TV. And this book made me like and her happy. Once. It was long ago and not true.

The cast was pleasantly surprised. Thought all the faces are me unknown — an-no. Main — Josh Radnor and Elizabeth Olsen — of course were nice and all that. Before I never seen. Well done guys: mind they had to play smart people. But Zac Efron... What is he doing here? Thought never see smslive in such a project. Though it is not interfere, but still understand why it character the stuff in the history, understand me failed. Just some freak trying to think about the meaning of life. Richard Jenkins played wonderfully, without any excesses. How can — finely simple. Well and Allison Janney I first saw the beloved skins, zapomnilas extraordinary. Her Professor of literature and romance was just superb.

In General and the "the Humanities" — movie-geek. On it rest smile and breathing his youth (as one in the total will go). Was expecting a more extensive reasoning and philosophical remarks, but and the result is not disappoint me. Given that this movie still American, put

8.5 10

"they Say that the purpose of fiction — control of loneliness".

Georgena Riggs
10 October 2013 | 08:19

Movie, lost somewhere among the shelves of the University library and talks about art. Accompanied by letters, classical music, and more letters on classical music. The third Olsen sister here College student, not well-developed and behaves like a charming effortless, which did not resist. Here and Jesse Fisher (Josh Radnor — part-time Director and screenwriter of the film) is not resist. He thirty, he came to visit his former Professor and.... stuck in that little town with that girl, who enjoys life and music, literature, painting, and everything else applies to the Liberal Arts. It shows him a new life, shows him art in a new light, it shows him their views, which form a new — it. And not Vice versa. They help each other to find themselves — find.

This film just does not leave a choice. He makes located in it, to feel every breath the characters and think side-by-side thoughts. To follow camera and understand that it — thoughts no more about no, but it's the film, which remains in the head, and the heart; which is not allow for breathing; which gives an atmosphere of thoughts and comfort. And it's a movie that pushes for the study of the liberal arts and art in a whole. Pushing for inspiration.

Note: only for humanitarian.

10 of 10

Jermaine Adal
09 December 2012 | 06:20

What a wonderful movie! I no wonder considered it a "my Cup of tea!", reading criticism on the course of this year, while the film traveled through independent festivals, and collected everywhere, "the audience award".

This film is cute, easy, smart, wonderful and very funny, and at the same time of life.

Josh Radnor (Jesse) Elizabeth Olsen (SIBI) is simply gorgeous! Although generally, there are all the actors are great. Josh is a really good Director, writer and actor. I very impressed because it is an independent low-budget movie. I love the dialogues between Jessie Sibe, I love this natural gestures and articulation of their both. It so funny, awkward and incredibly cute.

The story flows easily, the film is filled with beautiful green landscapes and lawns of the campus in framed by the magnificent music...

And Yes! Zac Efron (net) is something! It really is a highlight! He really delivers the fun, just to hysterics funny moments! Despite that his character only two meeting with Jesse in the film. But it is so, as said he Josh — "diamonitirion" that is actually the brightest point in the film. It completely different statement from everything I saw his performance. He no wonder received high praise from critics for this tiny role. After one critic of the festival "Sundance" said when he saw NAT in performance Zac Efron he understood how its potential has not yet been revealed. And indeed it is. You know, it so much different from old Zach that he even speaks to other intonational rhythm, quite unusual to him, and is as what the new face...

In General, I am happy Josh Elizabeth Zach, and generally this pleasant film.

In short I recommend. Sure, you enjoy.

10 of 10

How much has Liberal Arts made?
Commercial tv-show fees worldwide today are Cumulative Worldwide $1,150,681.
How much did it cost to make Liberal Arts?
According to various sources, the cost of producing the tv-show was at least $2,000,000.
Who is the director of the movie Liberal Arts?
This tv-show was directed by Josh Radnor.
What is the genre of Liberal Arts?
The tv-show belongs to the genres of Comedy, Drama, Romance.
Who starred in Liberal Arts?
Many famous actors starred in this tv-show, here are the names of the most famous: Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen, Richard Jenkins, Allison Janney, Elizabeth Reaser.
What is Liberal Arts IMDB Ranking?
At the moment, the rating is 6.7.
When was Liberal Arts released?
The start date for this tv-show on USA TV is 2012-10-05.