Fugazi, fugayzee. Bob Wier, Bob Wire. Trylon, McNally Smith. Point being, there’s a little something for everyone at this year’s Sound Unseen festival, so long as you have a song in your heart and don’t care whether you’re pronouncing they lyrics correctly.
Tanya Wexler’s “Hysteria” is not the cure-all to rom-com and period piece genre foibles, but it’s the injection of history that makes this flick both entertaining and noteworthy.
Director Tanya Wexler takes the romantic comedy into uncharted territory in her new film “Hysteria”, which opens Friday.