The Hebrew Hammer (Adam Goldberg) is back on the big screen this weekend and this time he’s not playing an Orthodox private dick, but rather a composer of “unlistenable” music who becomes romantically involved with an art gallery owner (Marley Shelton). His new film has the Google friendly title of (Untitled) and it opens in New York and other selected cities today (Oct 23). I haven’t seen it yet, but the trailer looks pretty funny, and Marshall Fine of the Huffington Post seemed to be pretty jazzed about it:
A laugh-out-loud satire with a dry-martini wit, (Untitled) manages the neat trick of poking wicked fun at the worlds of experimental music and art — from all angles — even as it gives a humorously sympathetic look at the plight of the serious artist working far outside the commercial mainstream. [HuffingtonPost.com]
Last but not least, because I haven’t done this in a day or two, I’m giving away a couple of movie related items to one lucky reader who emails me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tells me the name of their favorite Adam Goldberg movie. You could win the following:
1) A copy of the official movie soundtrack by David Lang, and
2) A full size movie poster.
US residents only please, a winner will be chosen on Friday, October 30. Please include your name and address if you want to have a chance at winning.
Check out the (Untitled) movie poster and trailer after the jump (keep your eyes peeled for Dean & Britta‘s Dean Wareham).