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Multiple Sarcasms

R| 1 hr. 37 min.

Plot Summary
Gabriel (Timothy Hutton) is a successful architect but, one day, realizes that he hates his life; he quits his job to write a play, a decision that ruins his marriage but brings him happiness.

Cast: Timothy Hutton , Mira Sorvino , Dana Delany , Mario Van Peebles , India Ennenga , Laila Robins , Stockard Channing , Nadia Dassouki

Director: Brooks Branch

Genres: Drama

Distributor: Multiple Avenue Releasing

Multiple Sarcasms (2010)

Release Date: May 7th, 2010|1 hr. 37 min.

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  • The cast is uniformly appealing in out-of-left-field ways, but writer-director Brooks Branch lets the story amble lazily, which -- like Gabriel and almost every character like him you've ever seen -- gets a little tiring. show more

  • A numbingly indulgent drama whose fine cast can't breathe life into a script that isn't nearly as self-aware as it thinks. show more

  • Multiple Sarcasms happens to be the title of the play within the movie, and it turns out to be by far the most interesting thing in the film. Not that many people will want to suffer through the first 90 minutes of this vanity production to get there. show more

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