Presented with Hamptons International Film Festival, 25 Years: 25 Films (1995 Selection)
(1995 | Indie Drama | 108 minutes | Directed by Henry Jaglom
A spirited Checovian romp through a large extended family’s final summer spent at the family estate in East Hampton, Henry Jaglom’s engaging dramedy of manners boasts splendid performance by a large ensemble of gifted actors. Due to recent money troubles, Helena Mora, the head of an eccentric theatre family and renowned acting teacher, gathers family and longtime friends around her to share this last summer before she sells her sprawling property, engaging one more time in dramatic performances. But bringing everyone together creates rivalries and tension, especially with for Oona, a temperamental but successful movie actress who seeks the approval of her creative peers.
25 Years: 25 Films features films from each year of the Hamptons International Film Festival (1993 to 2016) at top cultural organizations in Palm Beach, New York City, Los Angeles, and across the South Fork. We are proud to join HIFF in revisiting these keystone films, which trace the Festival’s evolution.
Southampton Arts Center
East End Collected3 continues to reflect Paton Miller’s vision of this area as an ideal environment for artists to create work and marks Southampton Arts Center as a home where the East End arts scene can continue to thrive.