HERE AND NOW – Review by Loren King

How would a day unfold when it starts with a doctor delivering a grim diagnosis? That’s the premise of Here and Now, a modest but affecting drama written by playwright and House of Cards scribe Laura Eason. It’s an intimate character study that rests on the lead performance from Sarah Jessica Parker.

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HERE AND NOW – Review by Nikki Baughan

Writer Laura Eason’s screenplay effectively mines the anonymity and isolation of modern life, where people connect more easily through technology than face-to-face; we often see Vivienne surrounded by people but utterly, desperately alone. And if Fabien Constant’s direction sometimes over-eggs the pudding, the emotional truth of the story, and Parker’s nuanced, sympathetic performance, prevent it from straying too far into melodrama.

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HERE AND NOW – Review by Liz Whittemore

Sarah Jessica Parker gives her career-best performance in this awe-inspiring look at life and regret. The film shines in its sound editing. Parker comes to life in an entirely different way when there is no dialogue at all. Here and Now is also a living, breathing homage to New York City in sight and sound. This film was one of the best at Tribeca Film Festival this year.

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