Take This Waltz
|Producer||Susan Cavan, Sarah Polley|
| Director||Sarah Polley|
| Music||Jonathan Goldsmith|
| Writer||Sarah Polley|
| Release Date||29-Jun-2012|
| Cast||Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, Luke Kirby|
About Movie: - Take This Waltz is an upcoming Canadian comedy-drama film. 28-year-old Margot lives in Toronto with her husband Lou, but when she meets Daniel, there is an immediate connection between them. Although she stays faithful to Lou, her attraction to the seemingly perfect Daniel intensifies until she realizes something about herself and has to tell Lou about her feelings.
Movie Review:- Take This Waltz is beautiful, maddening, and sexy, just like its protagonist Margot (Michelle Williams). Margot speaks like a toddler to her husband Lou. She's moody but playful, and she has cutesy and symbolic neuroses like insisting on taking a wheelchair at the airport because trying to make her flight is the sort of limbo that makes her anxious. As she explains to a handsome stranger named Daniel, she's afraid of connections, she's afraid she'll get lost and no one will ever find her. Almost everything about her is childish, from her bright yellow raincoat to her junior high insults to her shrieking embarrassment when she pees in the pool during a water exercise class.
Direction, Performance and Music:- Home grown talent Seth Rogen again continues to delve into dramatic territory as a rather hen-pecked husband to a more bubbly Michelle Williams. It is expressed openly during a locker room shower scene with Margot, Geraldine, and another woman.
Overall:- Worth Watching.