In Paul Mazursky’s autobiographical comedy set in the 1950s, Larry Lapinsky crosses the bridge from Brooklyn and his larger-than-life Jewish mother (an astonishing Shelly Winters) to become an actor, a lover, and a Greenwich Village bohemian. With sublime supporting performances from Jeff Goldblum and Christopher Walken and a commanding lead from the late Lenny Baker, a Brookline native and a BU graduate.
Part of The Fifth Commandment Series and Honoring A Great American Director: Paul Mazursky Program
Event Location: Institute for Contemporary Art
100 Northern Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 02210
$12.00 Seniors, students, BJFF, MFA, WGBH and Coolidge Corner Theatre members