Adrift in Manhattan (2007)

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The lives of three lonely strangers intersect while commuting on New York's 1 and 9 subway lines.


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  • Sundance Film Festival Director Geoffrey Gilmore and director Alfredo de Villa at the World Premiere of "Adrift in Manhattan," 2007 Sundance Film Festival (1/21/07).
  • DP John Foster, Editor John Coniglio, Director Alfredo de Villa, Screenwriter Nat Moss and Producer Josh Blum at 2007 Sundance premiere of "Adrift in Manhattan"
  • Heather Graham in "Adrift in Manhattan"
  • Heather Graham and Dominic Chianese arrive at the NYC premiere of "Adrift in Manhattan," July 25, 2007.
  • Director Alfredo de Villa, with actors Heather Graham, Victor Rasuk, William Baldwin and Marelene Forte at the World Premiere of "Adrift in Manhattan," 2007 Sundance Film Festival (1/21/07).

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5 January 2010 | joe38_1998
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| Beautiful and worth more acclaim than it's gained
I loved this movie. The feeling and pace was graceful, the cinematography and music wonderful. There's loneliness and loss here, but it's covered in a way that makes you just fall in love with the characters and care for them, hope they come through. For those that can identify with the vib of New York, the film is likely to be appreciated even more, as elements of the subway and streets come through realistically.

This movie visits the lives of three different people, and how they coincidentally intermingle within the movie time line. The other characters in the movie add some color and background, and do well also.

I've watched this movie multiple times and every time I come away satisfied, and more so: inspired. You can use this movie to better your life, to better your art. Strongly recommend watching it on a quiet, relaxing night.

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