He was amazed on one occasion when she stepped out of her clothes and underwear, turned toward him totally nude, placed her hands on her hips, and smiled back at him.
Soloway received the Directing Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Bored, unglamorous, stay-at-home suburban housewife Rachel (Kathryn Hahn in her first starring role) in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles was married to apps developer Jeff (Josh Radnor).
This light-hearted, quirky comedy-drama from Emmy winning director Matthew Weiner (known for AMC's Mad Men), was his feature film debut - and unfortunately, it was not well-received by critics or audiences.
The buddy comedy told about bromance-friendship, addiction, and issues between siblings.
The affluent, secular-Jewish couple had a cute 5 year-old son (Sawyer Ever).
The conflicted Rachel was becoming increasingly unfulfilled and uptight, even though she realized she had wealth and a comfortable, secure life.
A friend and neighbor of April's, named Angela (Erin R.
Ryan) - the final girl - invited all her former roommates over for a sleepover to rekindle friendships, including Arlene (Tara Clark) and Lucky (Joni Durian).
Walker (Geoff Burkman), the father of missing/murdered April, who had become romantically obsessed with Angela.
In a concluding life and death struggle with him, they both were stabbed, and he declared that he wanted to immolate himself with her, by setting the house on fire: "The only thing more romantic than running away together, is dying together... " Angela's last words to Bianca, who had fled the terrifying scene, were: "It's not your fault." Director Richard Linklater created a trilogy of talkative, insightful films about the lives of two individuals who happened to meet and were together for almost two decades (18 years).
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