Tuesday 4th June 2013
From writer and director Hal Hartley, romantic drama Simple Men, released on DVD and Blu-ray on 10th June 2013 courtesy of Artificial Eye, follows the comic antics of two brothers determined to trace their missing father, a former baseball champion and student radical, who is somewhere on Long Island.
Double-crossed by his girlfriend in a heist gone wrong, Bill vows to seduce and abandon the next woman he comes across. Meanwhile, his brother Dennis is determined to track down their long-lost father, a former sport star alleged to have turned terrorist.
Teaming up, the pair leaves New York, winding up in a small town where together they must confront their father's legacy and their relationships with women. Fresh, daring, frequently hilarious and packed with filmic references, Simple Men is a fascinating dissection of the American Dream and a vivid insight into what it means to be a man.
- Upon Reflection: Simple Men (interview documentary, 2005)
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