Ronald Bronstein

Ronald Bronstein

Highest Rated: 92% Good Time (2017)

Lowest Rated: 85% Frownland (2007)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

As a filmmaker, Ronald Bronstein was more interested in people's nuanced behaviors rather than their stories. As an actor, this passion for exploring subtle gestures and extreme personalities most likely elevated his portrayal of a frazzled and inexperienced father in the feature film "Daddy Longlegs" (2010), a smart and stylish fictionalized portrait of the real-life father of the movie's directors, Josh and Benny Safdie. Bronstein, in spite of his acting inexperience, delivered an unflinchingly raw and multilayered performance that depicted the range of emotions, from elation to anger to frenzy, that the brothers' father experienced during the two weeks that he was court-ordered to care for his elementary-aged sons. Bronstein's poignant performance in the feature film earned him not only rave reviews, but it also proved that he was a genius behind as well as in front of the camera.

Highest rated movies




91% 52% Uncut Gems Film Editor $50M 2019
92% 81% Good Time Screenwriter,
Film Editor
$2M 2017
87% 66% Heaven Knows What Screenwriter,
Film Editor
$79.1K 2014
78% 51% Daddy Longlegs Unknown (Character) - 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Daddy Longlegs Unknown (Character) - 2010
No Score Yet 23% Go Get Some Rosemary Lenny (Character) $20.7K 2009
85% 69% Frownland Director,
- 2007


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