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Published on Dec 25, 2010
If Woody Allen had let John Cassavetes take over September, it might have turned out a lot like Helena from the Wedding. (I admit, though, that throwing out those two names might give the impression that this film is better than it is--it's good, but nothing revelatory.) At once raw yet theatrical, insightful yet mundane, and cynical yet romantic, the film's jumbled yet effective stylistic choices sort of match the characters' mixed feelings about life, the universe, and everything. http://www.theparallaxreview.com/in_t...