Mr. Kingsley’s penetrating brown-eyed gaze can project everything from pure evil to near-divinity, and in “Learning to Drive,” his demeanor is benign but not holy. With his stiff-backed posture and alert expression, he projects an unflappable self-control, even when Wendy has a near-meltdown on the Queensboro Bridge. His lessons in patience and concentration convey a calm, farsighted perspective steeped in Eastern philosophy.


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