Old Boyfriends ★★½

There are some really great scenes here—Talia Shire's episode with Keith Carradine, where she essentially inverts Vertigo, is a high point—but I found myself largely unable to get much out of the central performance and narrative events. The film is structured roughly as a triptych, and each part has its own setting, characters, and genre, despite it contiguousness. Individual interactions are generally much less interesting than the film as a whole, which is perhaps why I remember it more fondly two weeks later than I remember feeling at the time.