Feast of Love
Rated R; opens Sept. 28
Everyone is slightly touched--moved and deranged--by the force of love in this sweet, knowing film from director Robert Benton (Kramer vs. Kramer). Morgan Freeman presides as a kind of benign deity observing these moonstruck creatures, especially a coffee-shop owner (Greg Kinnear) with a soft heart and rotten luck with beautiful women. Sexy, funny, sad and defiantly romantic, Feast of Love is the rare movie to cuddle up to.
By Philip Roth
Out Oct. 1
After 11 years away, elderly writer (and Roth crypto-alter ego) Nathan Zuckerman returns to Manhattan...