Here and There
Here and There (2010)

Robert (character actor David Thornton) is a grumpy burned-out musician, trying to survive in Manhattan. When his fed-up friend Rose (Thornton's real-life wife Cyndi Lauper in a small role) throws him out of her apartment, the destitute… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 14, 2010
DVD Release Date: July 13, 2010
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Critic Score: 67% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Natasha Senjanovic
Hollywood Reporter

Deserves all the attention it can get.

V.A. Musetto
New York Post

The Here and There script is borderline clichéd, and it makes getting a US visa seem way too easy.

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Robert W. Butler
Kansas City Star

A quietly amusing minimalist tale of a grouch who finds he's still capable of pleasure.

Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

Lungulov's touch is delicate, even piercingly so, and his direction of actors, especially Thornton and Karanovic, is beautifully nuanced.

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David Fear
Time Out

The big question isn't whether middle-aged romance will bloom, but rather, how much sub-Jarmusch deadpan humor and pathos can you take?

Rob Thomas
Wisconsin State Journal

In a way, the fact that the grey, austere Serbian city is such an odd choice for the middle-age romance "Here and There" is one of the film's charms.

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Daniel M. Gold
New York Times

In the end, the film has more than a few moments that linger: like slivovitz, it sneaks up on you.

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Eric Hynes
Village Voice

There's pleasure in watching the conceit unfold, which is sweetened by an unexpectedly poignant payoff.

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Amber Wilkinson
Eye for Film

Although teetering on the brink of soppiness in places, and treading a well-worn path, the soft-in-the-middle script is lifted immeasurably by towering performances.

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Cynthia S.
This awkward, unusual indie drama caught me by surprise. Right from the start I was drawn in, and I'm not even sure why. It's very slow moving, and… More
Deb S
David Thornton plays a depressed, middle-aged 52 year old NYC jazz musician Robert who suffers from what might be called a musical version of writer's… More