Metropolitan, or How I Learned to Stop Kvetching and Love Christmas by Ben Mauk

The other first thing you notice is the vibe of Peanuts Take Manhattan. Metropolitan exists in a world populated solely by children and, moreover, by children who act comically adult-like. Parents are rarely mentioned, and even more rarely in-scene. (“I don’t think I’ve met anyone’s parents,” Tom notes.)

Good appreciation here. I need to watch Metropolitan again. I’ve liked all of the Whit Stillman movies I’ve seen.

Metropolitan, or How I Learned to Stop Kvetching and Love Christmas by Ben Mauk