“We were both babies back then,” she says.
She curls into the couch of the hotel room where we’re talking, for a piece for the New York Daily News. This is the first of the interviews she’ll do this day, to promote the film “Robot & Frank,” which opened in limited release Aug. 17. Though she worked for less than a week on the film, her character – a librarian named Jennifer – proves pivotal in a plot that revolves around a book-loving but aging cat burglar named Frank (Frank Langella) and the robot caretaker who tends to him, in a plot set in the near future. (More…)