American writer-director Henry Jaglom's Irene in Time
ranks among the most accomplished and triumphant works of the artist's career. A filmmaker who continually and successfully mines his personal life for narrative material, Jaglom discovered an exciting new area of thematic exploration via his parentage of daughter Sabrina with second wife Victoria Foyt. Perhaps as a result, Irene
(which Henry dedicates to Sabrina) exudes a fascination with father-daughter relationships. Jaglom has always done his finest work when he attaches his signature styles of loose improvisation and actor introspection to a single multi-layered theme that helps to rein in the o...