Dating plaza

10 Mar

In “The Little Hours,” Aubrey Plaza plays a foul-mouthed nun in 14th century Italy, the kind of sarcastic humor Plaza does best.

Unsurprisingly, the actress had more than one hand in the production: It’s her first movie as a producer, and director Jeff Baena is her boyfriend. Reilly, Dave Franco, Molly Shannon, and a host of other comedic actors, is a loose adaptation of “The Decameron,” the 1353 short story collection by Giovanni Boccaccio.

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In New York to promote the film’s theatrical release, they talked through the experience of working together as a couple — and when they choose not to work together — as well as their different opinions about the state of the film industry. So watching her take on this other role was really interesting. This approach is somewhere between scripted and improv.

The following is an edited version of that conversation. AP: Honestly, it was a very organic role for me to take on, because I’ve been in every one of Jeff’s films. But I end up gravitating toward the producing role on movies, anyway. On the last movie I did, back in January [Jim Hosking’s “An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn”], I really felt the urge to get involved. I produced three things in a row — “The Little Hours,” “Ingrid,” and a TV pilot.