Kalel's Review of Liberal Arts


  • 18 months ago via Flixster
    Liberal Arts

    Liberal Arts (2012)

    It is fitting that director Josh Radnor's sophomoric effort is about growth, as it is clear that - as a director - the man has undertaken some growth in his talents. LIBERAL ARTS is an often insightful, quaintly adventurous exploration of age and growing up. The script is sharp and thoughtful, giving room for its ideas to breath. Radnor's previous film - HAPPYTHANKYOUMOREPLEASE - showed sparks of this creativity and unique thoughts on life, but it too often felt disconnected with only the odd spike of inspiration. With LIBERAL ARTS, Radnor has created a more even film - something that is continually brimming with thoughts without feeling overt or pretentious.

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