Jack Goes Boating
Speakeasy caught up with the actress in New York to talk about her character, Lucy, Hoffman's directing style and her life post-"Rent."
'Rent' Star Daphne Rubin-Vega on 'Jack Goes Boating' (Wall Street Journal)
As for Ms. Rubin-Vega, she imbues Lucy with a sensuous volatility that’s fascinating.
At times she’s so beautiful it’s breathtaking, and at others she looks harsh and pinched. Watch her long enough and it seems as if all of life is in her eyes.
Breaking Out of the Mold (NY Times)
Faces to Watch (NY Times)
Joined by two of his legit co-actors, John Ortiz and Daphne Rubin-Vega,
along with Amy Ryan, Hoffman puts this emotionally valid story across with few hiccups ...
On the other hand, the scenes between Ortiz and Rubin-Vega are frightening.
Where one senses a strong, ardent love once existed, sharp bitterness lies just beneath the surface.
Hollywood Reporter review
Ms. Rubin-Vega, with anger and defeat lurking behind her mask of competence and resilience, is stealthily heartbreaking ...
NY Times review
One of eight good movies I saw at Sundance 2010
Roger Ebert's Journal