A laurel of the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. Enough Said was an Official Selection

TRAILER

One of the best-written
American film comedies in
recent memory.

-NEW YORK TIMES

REVIEWS

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Enough said reviewed by the Huffington Post

The wait for an utterly
delightful, grown-up
romantic comedy is over!

-US WEEKLY

CAST

CAST

CAST

A picture of actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus

JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS (Eva) earned worldwide acclaim and recognition for her portrayal of Elaine Benes in the hit NBC series "Seinfeld," as Christine Campbell in the CBS hit comedy "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and most recently as Vice President Selina Meyer in the HBO series "Veep." Between all shows combined, she has received three Emmy awards with fourteen nominations, a Golden Globe award with four nominations, five Screen Actors Guild Awards® with eleven nominations and four American Comedy Awards with eight nominations.

A picture of actor James Gandolfini

JAMES GANDOLFINI (Albert) made his mark in a variety of motion picture and television roles. Gandolfini appeared last year in Kathryn Bigelow’s Oscar nominated drama ZERO DARK THIRTY. He also recently starred in NOT FADE AWAY, which debuted at the 2012 New York Film Festival; Andrew Dominik’s crime thriller KILLING THEM SOFTLY, with Brad Pitt; WELCOME TO THE RILEYS; Spike Jonze’s adventure WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE; director Tony Scott’s THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123; and the independent feature IN THE LOOP.

A picture of actress Catherine Keener

An accomplished actress at once vibrantly potent and firmly grounded in her roles, CATHERINE KEENER (Marianne) continues to be a dominant force on screen. Last summer, she filmed CAN A SONG SAVE YOUR LIFE, produced by Judd Apatow, and starred alongside Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley. Keener also worked on the animated adventure THE CROODS, for Dreamworks Animation; CAPTAIN PHILLIPS for Sony, directed by Paul Greengrass and co-starring alongside Tom Hanks; A LATE QUARTET with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Christopher Walken; and MALADIES with James Franco.

A picture of actress Toni Collette

Emmy and Golden Globe award winner TONI COLLETTE (Sarah) made an indelible impression on Hollywood with her beautiful portrayal as the hopeless and desperate ‘Muriel Heslop’ in P.J. Hogan’s 1994 film, MURIEL’S WEDDING. Proving her amazing ability to transform into the characters in which she plays, Collette has since starred in a variety of intriguingly diverse roles both in television and feature films throughout the last two decades.

A picture of actor Ben Falcone

Since his scene stealing turn as ‘Air Marshall Jon’ in BRIDESMAIDS, opposite his real-life wife Melissa McCarthy, BEN FALCONE (Will) has been seen in WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU’RE EXPECTING, IDENTITY THIEF and THE HEAT. On the TV side, Ben has appeared on such shows as “Go On,” ‘Bones,” “Happy Endings,” and “My Name is Earl,” and has recurred on NBC’s “Up All Night” and “Joey.” Last year, he starred in a pilot for TV Land, “I’m Not Dead Yet,” opposite Missi Pyle, and co-wrote and starred in a pilot for CBS.


★★★★. One of the most perceptive and engaging movies of the year.
-USA TODAY

FILMMAKERS

FILMMAKERS

A picture of director Nicole Holofcener A picture of producer Anthony Bregman A picture of Stefanie Azpiazu

NICOLE HOLOFCENER

ANTHONY BREGMAN

STEFANIE AZPIAZU

NICOLE HOLOFCENER (Written and Directed by) grew up in New York and then Los Angeles, where she now lives. She wrote and directed WALKING AND TALKING, LOVELY & AMAZING, FRIENDS WITH MONEY and PLEASE GIVE. She has also directed episodes of “Sex & the City,” “Six Feet Under,” “Parks & Recreation,” and “Enlightened.”

NICOLE HOLOFCENER (Written and Directed by) grew up in New York and then Los Angeles, where she now lives. She wrote and directed WALKING AND TALKING, LOVELY & AMAZING, FRIENDS WITH MONEY and PLEASE GIVE. She has also directed episodes of “Sex & the City,” “Six Feet Under,” “Parks & Recreation,” and “Enlightened.”

ANTHONY BREGMAN’S films include the Academy Award-winning ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND, FRIENDS WITH MONEY, OUR IDIOT BROTHER, SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK, PLEASE GIVE, THE TAO OF STEVE, LOVELY & AMAZING, HUMAN NATURE, THE EXTRA MAN, THUMBSUCKER, THE SAVAGES, THE ICE STORM, THE BROTHERS MCMULLEN, TRICK, DARLING COMPANION, LAY THE FAVORITE, and THE ORANGES. Films to be released in the coming year include John Carney’s CAN A SONG SAVE YOUR LIFE?, starring Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo.

STEFANIE AZPIAZU heads production and development at the esteemed production company Likely Story. Azpiazu has been an Executive Producer on such Likely Story productions as 2011 Paul Rudd Sundance comedy OUR IDIOT BROTHER directed by Jesse Peretz, Julian Farino directed Hugh Laurie comedy THE ORANGES, and Bob Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman’s Sundance 2010 feature THE EXTRA MAN starring Kevin Kline, Paul Dano and John C. Reilly.

PREVIEW

SYNOPSIS

SYNOPSIS

Julia Louis-Dreyfus portraying the character Eva in the film Enough Said James Gandolfini portraying the character Albert in the film Enough Said Catherine Keener portraying the character Marianne in the film Enough Said