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Synecdoche, New York


Philip Seymour Hoffman, Samantha Morton, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michelle Williams View All


Charlie Kaufman (Screenplay), Charlie Kaufman (Director) View All

Release: Oct. 24th, 2008
Runtime: 2 hours, 4 minutes
A theater director struggles with his work, and the women in his life, as he attempts to create a life-size replica of New York inside a warehouse as part of his new play.
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mark f
I'll admit that this film may actually be profound, but it also makes you feel like a side of meat being punched by Rocky Balboa..
Kaufman describes it as a horror movie and that is one way to look at it , but I see it as one of the most well constructed films with layers and layers of material to entertain you..
Sexy Celebrity
[i]Synecdoche, New York[/i], Charlie Kaufman's first movie that he's written AND directed, is beyond me. Maybe it was the couple of alcoholic beverages I had consumed - I had also spiked my large Pepsi with Captain Morgan rum. But gee whiz, I was lost....
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