There are films at the BFI London Film Festival that demand you catch them now or be doomed to wait for months and months for another go. Enough Said isn't one of them - it's out on Friday - and a jolly good thing it is, too, because it's excellent. Director Nicole Holofcener and her co-lead Julia Louis-Dreyfus were in London to escort it onto the screen of the Odeon West End. Click the snaps belows for a closer look at the red carpet end of things.
The Emmy-winning Louis-Dreyfus is definitely having a moment. Her Veepness joined Holofcener in paying handsome tribute to co-star James Gandolfini too, the bearish boyfriend to her slightly neurotic but very charming masseuse Eva. The pair are wonderful together and reason enough to track this one down when it's release on October 18.
Holofcener, meanwhile, is on the bright lights at the fringes of Hollywood, making smart, funny, thoughtful films with three-dimensional characters and emotional authenticity. Empire caught up with her this week to quiz the heck out of her about those things and more.
The London Film Festival wraps up on October 20 with Saving Mr. Banks closing the jamboree.