At the Movies: ‘Two Faces' builds tension, has nice cast
By DEBORAH YOUNG
Who can say no to a good Patricia Highsmith adaptation? Though her 1964 suspense thriller “The Two Faces of January” is not the easiest story to bring to the screen. Still, the production, shot in Greece and Turkey, is truly lush and the actors — Viggo Mortensen, Oscar Isaac and Kirsten Dunst — almost too subtle and nuanced for the roles they play. The result is easy viewing.
After Hours: Rep is performing two plays on LBJ
Tickets are now on sale for Seattle Repertory Theatre's 2014–2015 season, including two plays by Robert Schenkkan dramatizing the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson: “All the Way” and “The Great Society.”