• Released
  • September 7, 2012
  • (NY, LA)
  • R , 1 hr 35 min
  • Comedy Drama
    Slice of Life

Hello Is Great

By mkoskoff
Written September 15, 2012
It's hard to think of a more satisfying movie. The acting is uniformly superb. The characters are fully realized. It is funny, sad, and totally engrossing. The glow lasts and lasts.
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hello i must be going

By russellbertram
Written September 24, 2012
The fire alarm kept going off in the building, so we got our money back. We won't return to finish the movie. It's not all that bad, just not worth a second trip.
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Gr8 Indie Drama

By smartytart2002
Written October 01, 2012
when I saw Hello I Must Be going @ the Century theatre @ the S.F. Mall,I thought it was A Gr8 Movie that Got Melanie Lynskey playin a Depressing Divorcee & things have changed 4 her when She Started an affair with a 19-year-old Actor(Christopher Abbott,Girls),Blythe Danner Was Superb When She Played Amy's Mom
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Terrifically Acted!

By pedsarq
Written September 09, 2012
A depressed divorcee moves in with her parents to sort out her thoughts. She ends up becoming romantically involved with the 19-year old son of a man her father needs to make a deal with. The passion takes over and their attraction for one another is sweet and full of romance, which lends credence to the relationship. I was intrigued throughout and found it to be uplifting at the end.
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Excellent Movie

By DocEv
Written September 23, 2012
Deserved to be opening night at Sundance. Funny, sad, poignant and engaging all at once. Something for people in all stages of life.
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