|Cast||Adam Goldberg, Marley Shelton, Eion Bailey, Lucy Punch, Vinnie Jones, Zak Orth, Ptolemy Slocum, Michael Panes, Svetlana Efremova, Marceline Hugot|
|Release Date||23 October 2009 (USA)|
|Tagline||Everyone’s got an opinion.|
This satirical comedic film centers on a young bohemian composer (Adam Goldberg) who falls in love with a trendy New York art gallery owner, Madeleine (Marley Shelton). Directed by Jonathan Parker and written by both Parker and Catherine Di Napoli, (UNTITLED) is set in the artsy Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. The story shows Adrian, a composer who tries to make music by breaking glass and kicking metal buckets. In contrast to Adrian, Adrian’s brother Josh (Eion Bailey) is a successful painter who happens to bring Madeline to one of his brother’s concerts. Madeline immediately clinches to his work and finds herself inviting Adrian to perform at her gallery and to her bedroom. The story’s comedic twist is evident when Josh discovers the secret relationship between Madeline and Adrian and that Madeline will no longer exhibit Josh’s paintings–despite the fact that Josh’s paintings are the reason why the gallery is alive and standing.