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Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson      New York Magazine September 2007

Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson New York Magazine September 2007

Starting my break with some inspiration from the genius himself. Big dreams can become reality if you just put yourself out there & give it everything you have! I have so much to be thankful for and this much needed rest will give me the strength to keep dreaming big!! #ABallerinasLife by saramearns

Starting my break with some inspiration from the genius himself. Big dreams can become reality if you just put yourself out there & give it everything you have! I have so much to be thankful for and this much needed rest will give me the strength to keep dreaming big!! #ABallerinasLife by saramearns

Greenberg. -  So funny!  I know someone just like this...sort of like a squirt of grapefruit in the eye.

Greenberg. - So funny! I know someone just like this...sort of like a squirt of grapefruit in the eye.

The Squid And The Whale:  Appeared at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival; Noah Baumbach's acutely observed, semi-autobiographical tale about a Brooklyn family in the midst of a divorce. Sixteen-year-old Walt (Jesse Eisenberg) and his younger brother (Owen Kline) find it impossible not to take sides when their parents (Jeff Daniels and Laura Linney) -- writers who duel with words -- undergo a messy split.

The Squid And The Whale: Appeared at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival; Noah Baumbach's acutely observed, semi-autobiographical tale about a Brooklyn family in the midst of a divorce. Sixteen-year-old Walt (Jesse Eisenberg) and his younger brother (Owen Kline) find it impossible not to take sides when their parents (Jeff Daniels and Laura Linney) -- writers who duel with words -- undergo a messy split.

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by lucyelizabethchristopher

Just came across this and had to double take as it has my name written above it.

Just came across this and had to double take as it has my name written above it.

Margot at the Wedding. Though there’s nothing more classic than Dustin Hoffman having a ceremonial conniption fit at the end of The Graduate, we’re partial to Noah Baumbach’s funny drama, in which Jack Black is the groom to sister-of-the-bride Nicole Kidman’s fume.

Margot at the Wedding. Though there’s nothing more classic than Dustin Hoffman having a ceremonial conniption fit at the end of The Graduate, we’re partial to Noah Baumbach’s funny drama, in which Jack Black is the groom to sister-of-the-bride Nicole Kidman’s fume.

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