2018 | USA | NR | 95 min.


Bay Theatre - Suttons Bay Thu, Jul 26, 2018 6:00 PM
Bay Theatre - Suttons Bay Thu, Jul 26, 2018 9:00 PM
State Theatre Wed, Aug 1, 2018 12:00 PM
City Opera House Fri, Aug 3, 2018 6:00 PM
Film Info
Section:US Fiction
Release Year:2018
Runtime:95 min.
Premiere Status:Midwest Premiere
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Kent Jones
Produced by:Luca Borghese
Ben Howe
Caroline Kaplan
Oren Moverman
Screenwriter:Kent Jones
Cinematography:Wyatt Garfield
Editing By:Mike Selemon
Cast:Mary Kay Place
Jake Lacy
Estelle Parsons
Andrea Martin


Making his narrative feature debut, legendary film critic and cinephile Kent Jones delivers a richly atmospheric drama you won’t soon forget. Diane is the story of a widowed baby-boomer who faithfully devotes her life to serving the needs of others. She spends her days serving soup at a food kitchen, consoling her ailing friends, and desperately attempting to forge a meaningful relationship with her opioid-addicted son (Jake Lacy). As her friends pass away, Diane’s altruistic world begins to crumble, forcing her to reconcile her current life with past regrets, and ultimately come to grips with her own mortality. Taking home Tribeca's top prize for US Narrative Feature, Diane is filled with warmth and humanity, anchored by a quietly phenomenal performance from Mary Kay Place that makes Diane's struggles all the more relatable and profound. In Person: Director Kent Jones (Wed).