Jeff Baena and Aubrey Plaza’s Medieval Adventure | The New Yorker

The director and star of the forthcoming film “The Little Hours” pay a visit to the Cloisters.

By Anna Russell

Photograph taken looking north toward The Cloisters, April 13, 1938, a month before it opened

Photograph taken looking north toward The Cloisters, April 13, 1938, a month before it opened.

Jeff Baena, the writer and director, was wandering around the Cloisters the other weekend with his girlfriend, Aubrey Plaza, the actor. “Excuse me, sir? Where are the Unicorn Tapestries?” he asked a guard. The guard indicated an ornate doorway, which led to another room. Baena was wearing a cream-colored sweater over a plaid shirt, and had a pair of reflective sunglasses pushed into his silvery hair. “I haven’t been here in almost twenty years,” he said.

Read more: Jeff Baena and Aubrey Plaza’s Medieval Adventure | The New Yorker

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