The Longest WeekAffluent and aimless, Conrad Valmont lives a life of leisure in his parent';s prestigious Manhattan Hotel. In the span of one week, he finds himself evicted, disinherited, and... in love.
Actors of "The Longest Week"
Characters of "The Longest Week"
Directors of "The Longest Week"Peter Glanz
Creators of "The Longest Week"Peter Glanz
Critic Reviews of "The Longest Week"RogerEbert.comSeptember 05, 2014
Not even the able actors that Glanz somehow managed to rope into his project can do much with the draggy story and the vapid characters that they have been given to play.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 05, 2014
Like so many filmmaking wunderkinds who could have used a course in common sense, Glanz is technically assured but emotionally hollow.Arizona RepublicSeptember 04, 2014
It takes effort to turn a movie with a cast as appealing as the one in "The Longest Week" into a grating exercise in narcissism, but writer and director Peter Glanz proves up to the task.AV ClubSeptember 04, 2014
It's clearly the work not of a lazy thief, but of a raw talent who's still struggling to find his own voice. In the meantime, his impressions are pretty darn impressive.New York Daily NewsSeptember 03, 2014
Writer-director Peter Glanz seems determined to make a subpar Wes Anderson knockoff. And in that sense, he has achieved undeniable success.Village VoiceSeptember 02, 2014
Lacking any significant character arc or motivation, The Longest Week is little more than a series of insipid conversations between bored aristocrats who snark at each other in monotone.Common Sense MediaSeptember 15, 2014
Tiresome romcom doesn't live up to promise; some iffy stuff.Paste MagazineSeptember 11, 2014
Throughout the film, the writing is heady but heartless, as if Glanz means to occupy the intellectual high ground by exploiting tired romantic clichés and passing off his finger pointing as evidence of self-righteousness.Cinemalogue.comSeptember 05, 2014
Wes Anderson shouldn't feel threatened by this pretentious romantic comedy about a smug wannabe writer.The DissolveSeptember 05, 2014
The film's constant nods to the artificiality of its narrative highlight its precious, cloying phoniness rather than subvert it.Film Journal InternationalSeptember 05, 2014
A Wes Anderson facsimile that only serves to make you treasure the real thing all the more.Reason OnlineSeptember 05, 2014
So busy bowing in the direction of Woody Allen and Wes Anderson that it never gets around to telling much of a story.
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