Hot Sheet: Project Fanilow
BY Advocate.com Editors
January 18 2013 5:26 PM ET
3. FILM: Let My People Go!
Have the hankering for a French-Jewish family farce this weekend? Well, look no further than Let My People Go! The film, which won Best Comedic Film at Philadelphia's QFest, stars Nicolas Maury as Reuben, a gay mailman who lives with his Norse god of a boyfriend in Finland. Due to a series of mishaps and heartbreak, he returns to his quirky family in Paris, where madness ensues. While this French film may not have Catherine Deneuve, it does star Pedro Almodóvar muse Carmen Maura as Reuben's ditzy mother. Let My People Go! is now playing in New York and Los Angeles.
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