Why ‘Seymour’ haunts Hawke

April 2, 2015 8:15 PM

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Ethan Hawke found himself at a dinner party a few years ago, seated next to a man more than twice his age, a pianist, composer and teacher named Seymour Bernstein. By evening’s end, Hawke was so taken with his fellow New Yorker that he felt the need to meet again, to continue the discussion about art, music, acting and life. Then the Boyhood and Training Day star started thinking that what he really needed to do was make a film about the man.

Seymour: An Introduction is that film, which opens Friday at Miami Beach Cinemateque and O Cinema Miami Shores.

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