What to do with a husband, beautiful house, adorable preschooler and too much time on your hands? Think: strip club.
Jill Soloway’s well-done debut feature, “Afternoon Delight” is among the best of a crop of movies dealing with a grown-up identity crisis at Sundance this year, notable for treating the woman at the center of its story with sophistication and honesty.
Update: Soloway won the festival's directing award in the dramatic competition on Saturday night.
The woman would be Kathryn Hahn (“Parks and Recreation”) as Rachel, a housewife who brings a young stripper named McKenna (Juno Temple) into her Silver Lake home with a vague notion of saving the latter from a life of prostitution. But Rachel’s generosity is a cover for her own boredom, her fascination with Temple’s unencumbered morality and titillation...