Liberal Arts (2012) Free Download And EnjoyLiberal Arts is a comedy-drama film. The film is the second film directed by, written by, and starring How I Met Your Mother star Josh Radnor. The film is about a 35 year-old named Jesse (Radnor) who has a romantic relationship with Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen), a 19-year-old college student. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2012.
Liberal Arts (2012)
Comedy | Drama - 5 October 2012 (Ireland)
Jesse Fischer - 35, newly single and stuck in a dead-end job - feels as if life has passed him by. When one of his former college professors invites Jesse to speak on campus, he braces for the nostalgia that his old college haunts are likely to inspire. What he doesn't anticipate, however, is meeting a beautiful, lively sophomore, Zibby, who gives him hope that perhaps his best days are still ahead.
Director: Josh Radnor
Writer: Josh Radnor (screenplay)
Stars: Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen and Zac Efron
Radnor plays Jesse, a college admissions counselor who works in New York. When he receives a call from his old college professor (Richard Jenkins) about speaking at his retirement party, Jesse can’t resist. He has a completely romanticized view of how college was for him. He travels back to Kenyon College in Ohio and can’t get over how much he misses the old place. Jesse is pretentious, much like Ted Mosby. He obsesses over obscure books and authors and can’t stop talking about his favorite stanzas or novels. He’s the guy that brings up Tolstoy in everyday conversation only to be met with rolling eyes.
He soon meets Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen) who gives him a quick and dirty lesson in pretentiousness and its downfalls. If you spend your whole life complaining about the state of things, how are you ever going to enjoy your life? That’s where the movie excels. It calls Jesse out on his pretentious nature and causes us all to think of the people we know who are just like him. Face it, we all know someone exactly like that. Someone who turns their nose up at popular novels because “everybody is reading them.” People that read Chaucer even though they don’t particularly enjoy doing so.
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