Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver star as Nicole and Charlie, an actress and director going through a difficult divorce, who look back on their time together — the bittersweet and the tender. There are many sides to every story, and the movie embraces these different viewpoints in order to find the shared truth.
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Scenes that have already destroyed me: a shot of Driver dressed as a bizarre mummy in a suit on Halloween, his slow smile as he watches Johansson do something goofy, and both of them positively losing it over a game of Monopoly. Will you tear up just from watching these 90 second snapshots of life? Most likely. Baumbach is known for finding the comedy within the drama, and this movie seems to be no exception.
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Chuck Todd grills Trump: Do something. By the time Emhoff confronted the protester in a man-bun who was addressing the crowd with the microphone he'd grabbed from Harris , the California senator had already calmly walked off stage; and Karine Jean-Pierre, the co-moderator of the MoveOn forum who is also the chief public affairs officer of the organization and a veteran political operative, had stepped in between the protester and Harris to de-escalate the situation that occurred midway through the MoveOn forum in San Francisco.
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But it was hard to miss Emhoff's outraged scowl as he and several other men hustled the man off stage, as Emhoffreached in to wrestle his wife's microphone out of the protester's hand. Until the Saturday incident, the Brooklyn-born Emhoff had been a quietly supportive presence who was often spotted backstage or at the edge of Harris' crowds at both her campaign events and book tour events this year. Unlike other candidates — like South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who frequently talks about his relationship with his husband Chasten on the trail and has delegated speaking roles to him at several public events — Harris has stuck to a few anecdotes about their courtship and their family, preferring, for the most part, to keep her private life private.
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Though Emhoff has shied away from the spotlight, he did a rare interview in March with The Hollywood Reporter where he discussed his work in entertainment litigation. Emhoff told the trade publication that he has enjoyed continuing to practice law as a refuge in the midst of the campaign "because it's something that I love and I'm good at.
Single for many years as she focused on her career as a prosecutor and District Attorney of San Francisco, Harris opened up about Emhoff for the first time in her memoir "The Truths We Hold: An American Journey," which was published this year. The couple was set up on a blind date in when Harris was California's attorney general by her best friend, Chrisette Hudlin, who announced to Harris over the phone one day that she was going on a date with Emhoff; there was no sense arguing; and forced her reluctant friend to promise not to "Google him" or "overthink it.
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