|Release||October 23, 2009 (Limited)|
|Cast||Marley Shelton, Adam Goldberg, Eion Bailey, Vinnie Jones|
|Writer||Jonathan Parker, Catherine di Napoli|
|Studio||Samuel Goldwyn Films|
From the creators of "Bartleby" comes a fresh new satire poking fun of the nuanced world of the New York contemporary art scene through a pair of competitive brothers - eclectic and self-important music composer Adrian (Adam Goldberg) and commercially successful painter Josh (Eion Bailey).
When Chelsea art 'gallerina' and Josh's love interest Madeline (Marley Shelton) attends Adrian's concert - featuring the sounds of paper-crumpling, glass-breaking and bucket-kicking - she commissions him for a gallery performance and a love affair ensues.
Further complicating the situation is that Josh's highly commercial art work - the financial backbone of the gallery - is sold to corporate clients discreetly out of the gallery's back room.