The Pleasure of Being Robbed
Monday, March 15, 2021
The story of a young woman whose compulsive curiosity leads to bold, elaborate acts of theft, Josh Safdie’s THE PLEASURE OF BEING ROBBED is a beguiling blend of casual comedy and subtle, unsettling mystery. The film, the debut feature by 24-year-old New York writer-director Safdie, was the Closing Night film of the 2008 Cannes Directors’ Fortnight and the only film from the U.S. to play in that section.
- Country USA
- Running Time 71 minutes
- Distributor IFC in Theatres, LLC
- Director Josh Safdie
- Writer Josh Safdie, Eleonore Hendricks
- Cast Eleonore Hendricks, Josh Safdie, Wayne Chin
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