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Synecdoche, New York

Rated R for language and some sexual content/nudity.

R 124min.
 
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Synecdoche, New York marked the directorial debut of iconoclastic, cerebral screenwriter Charlie Kaufman. Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as Caden Cotard, an eccentric playwright who lives with artist Adele Lack (Catherine Keener) and their daughter ... Read More
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Claire Keen
Adele Lack
Ellen Bascomb/Millicent Weems
Madeleine Gravis
Sammy Barnathan
Olive (Age 4)
March 13, 2009
Anjrea
I fully enjoyed this movie and I can't wait until I watch it again. It was one of the most amazing movies of the year and its too bad not everyone can feel the same way about it. Either you'll love this movie or not get it and hate it.
January 04, 2009
Genesis104
As you can see there is quite a stark contrast between what the "reviewers" think of this movie and what people in the "real world" think of this mess. Can I give it zero stars? I wanted to like this movie. Really, I did. The cast is first rate and it started out interestingly enough. But the movie decends into a muddled, meandering mess. And talk about depressing! The story within a story
January 03, 2009
mattsci

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