In a N.Y. Press profile of Zoe Kazan (The Exploding Girl, Behanding in Spokane), Eric Kohn suggests she has “the petite appeal of a Zooey Deschanel 2.0, her expressive blue eyes seemingly bursting out her diminutive noggin in an almost-hyperbolic image of pixie cuteness.” Among the bullet points: (a) she’s a die-hard New Yorker who’s against moving to Los Angeles (“There’s no dearth of work here”), (b) she wants “range” (i.e., character roles) and not a Katharine Hepburn-like career, (c) she’s thinking of bailing on Facebook because of the innumerable-lewd-ayhole factor, and (d) as New York magazine has called her Behanding character “a principled idiot,” a Kazan confidante describes the character as a “stupider” version of Kazan herself.