It's common Hollywood practice to follow an Oscar win with a trip to big budget land, where the paychecks, the trailers and the impact on the culture are potentially huge. So Sandra Bullock did "Gravity" right after "Blind Side," and Anne Hathaway did "Interstellar" not long after picking up an Oscar for "Les Miserables."
But Hathaway tried something altogether more modest and intimate in between paydays. "Song One" is a low-budget New York romance set against the backdrop of the city's small-clubs/singer-songwriters scene.
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