Is out in theatres today. The premiere last night at Market Street Cinema was nice. I went to an early party and then the film, which occupied three theatres. The post-party at Cornerstone was an added touch. The was even better the second time.
P. Martin weighed in on it in today's Democrat Gazette,
. . . Come Early Morning is nothing less than a minor key wonder of a film, a character study of novelistic complexity with a sure sense of place and purpose that seems akin to movies made before Hollywood discovered its corporate destiny. . .
Come Early Morning is not simply presentable. It is a fine, assured work that is well-observed and at times quite wise about the way people sabotage and rescue themselves. It is a movie we can be proud of because it represents us honestly and with an uncommon depth of human feeling.
The film has a 94% Cream of the Crop rating on rottentomatoes.com.