As you might hope for a film with a script from the great Jules Feiffer...'Bernard and Huey' bristles with anxious, circuitous, hilarious talk.
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Bernard and Huey

Directed by Slamdance Film Festival co-founder Dan Mirvish (BETWEEN US) from a long-lost script by Oscar/Pulitzer-winning cartoonist and screenwriter Jules Feiffer (Mike Nichols' CARNAL KNOWLEDGE, Robert Altman's POPEYE) based on characters that date back to 1957, BERNARD AND HUEY is the story of roguish Huey (David Koechner, ANCHORMAN) and nebbishy Bernard (Oscar-winner Jim Rash, THE WAY WAY BACK), who are unlikely collegiate friends in late 1980s New York. Years later, a bedraggled Huey crashes at Bernard's upscale bachelor pad. As the two reconnect, Bernard falls in love with Huey's estranged daughter Zelda (Mae Whitman, GOOD GIRLS), an aspiring graphic novelist who's got a seductive new creative partner, Conrad (Eka Darville, JESSICA JONES). Huey slowly gets his mojo back and tries to seduce the various women in Bernard's life, including his off-again girlfriend Roz (Sasha Alexander, RIZZOLI & ISLES) and colleague, Mona (Nancy Travis, SO I MARRIED AN AXE MURDERER), while reconnecting with his ex-wife (Bellamy Young, SCANDAL) and brother (Richard Kind, ARGO). As Bernard and Huey return to their old ways, at least one of them finds himself in danger of marrying a woman old enough to be his wife.

Played at

Monica Film Center, 6.08.18 - 6.14.18
Rated NR
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Runtime: 91 min
Language: English
FEATURED REVIEW: Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
Feiffer's writing is instantly identifiable in this film bearing no small resemblance to the 1971 classic 'Carnal Knowledge,' scripted by Feiffer and directed by Mike Nichols. The opening scene, set in the 1980s, shows the titular, then-college age characters engaged in a frank and m...