Bill Murray, Sissy Spacek and Robert Duvall celebrated the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of their film 'Get Low' Tuesday night at a dinner at downtown's Wall & Water
The film (for a trailer scroll below the photos) is about a "live funeral party" in the 1930s.
Duvall and Spacek, who both live in Virginia, spent some of dinner talking about Chinese food. Duvall is apparently a fan of Peter Chang, the elusive Szechuanese chef tracked down and profiled in the New Yorker last month. Chang disappeared from Northern Virginia (Duvall's home) and was found cooking in Charlottesville (Spacek's). The New Yorker attention has since chased Chang from the kitchen, before Spacek got to try his cuisine.
For a hilarious firsthand account of dinner at Bill's table, read this NYMag piece.
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