Paz de la Huerta - Paz De La Huerta in a black cocktail dress as she arrives for a dinner date with her male companion - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 5th December 2013
Paz de la Huerta Thursday 8th July 2010 Special Screening of 2012 : Time For Change at the SVA theater - arrivals New York City, USA
Paz de la Huerta Wednesday 28th April 2010 Chanel Tribeca Film Festival Dinner in support of the Tribeca Film Festival Artists Awards Program at Odeon New York City, USA
The Limits of Control, the 11th feature by the New York-born auteur Jim Jarmusch, is another work that is inarguably stamped by its director's idiosyncrasies and, like Volver, there have been several critics who have questioned if its artistic success is not so much a result of it being a Jarmusch film rather than simply a good film. It emits a dark-shade cool, as befits any Jarmusch joint, and it features several of the director's usual performers, including the Ivorian-born actor Isaach De Bankolé in the lead.
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Paz de la Huerta Tuesday 28th April 2009 Special New York screening of 'The Limits of Control' at Landmark's Sunshine Theater - Arrivals New York City, USA
The film may look like a relative to the Freddie Prinze Jr. vehicle She's All That (1999), but it's more like a cousin to Robert Mulligan's The Man in the Moon (1991). The story begins predictably enough: Landon (Shane West), a young teen sowing his oats through his high school years, is forced to take on charity work after orchestrating a stupid stunt that nearly paralyzes a kid. While mopping up hallways and tutoring youngsters, he comes across Jamie Sullivan (Moore), a level-headed duckling (not so ugly), with a good heart and religion at her core. If this were Prinze pap, Landon would spruce her up and show the world what it's been missing. Instead, in this Karen Janszen adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel, Jamie stays true to herself, and the shy girl has a life-changing effect on the guy.
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