Men are incorrigible Lothario scoundrels, motherhood is full of loneliness and self-doubt, and complicated father/daughter relationships are constantly tested in Sofia Coppola
’s “On The Rocks
,” her latest dramedy, an effervescent, charming, and soulful affair. It’s a mature, economical effort that harkens back to some of the wistful, warm, airy feelings of “Lost In Translation
,” but revisits some of the surrogate father/daughter, mentor/protégé ideas of that film with more grown-up sensibilities and concerns.
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