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Leif Jacobson 4 years ago
Complex to the point of insanity. Walks the thin line between genius and madness. So good.
HaeWon Blackwell over 4 years ago
Not my fav Kaufman piece, but it's because the rewatchability is low. Still beautiful art.
Wayne Lang 5 years ago
Beautiful dreamlike storyline, great fun to rewatch.
Claire Brown 5 years ago
Bizarre, difficult to follow but very imaginative. Charlie Kaufman's strangest film!
Nat Voisey over 5 years ago
Definitely the strangest film I've ever seen. But the best strangest film.
Andrew Bruno 6 years ago
So, my favorite screenwriter can direct as well. Hmm.
André Amorim 6 years ago
a one time trip down melancholy road
Professional Moron over 6 years ago
I love Philip S. Hoffman but this is very pretentious.
emilio murillo over 6 years ago
It's tough to watch in many aspects. But it is a great, sad, piercing Kaufmanesque story.
Rick Franchella over 6 years ago
Strove for a lot, did not achieve that depth. PS Hoffman was amazing, as well as his cast.
Linnea Thulin almost 7 years ago
Beautiful. One of my favorite movies.
Aly Powell 7 years ago
Weird, artistic, depressing, unpredictable, erratic; typical Charlie Kaufman
Scarlette Wonderland 7 years ago
just couldn't do it.
Jacob Hernandez over 7 years ago
Kaufman's breathtaking, heartrending and cerebral directorial debut defies summarization.
LANX 9 months ago
Cesar Loya over 1 year ago
Benjamin Lee over 1 year ago
Türkü over 1 year ago
Synecdoche, New York is a 2008 American drama film written and directed by Charlie Kaufman, and starring Philip Seymour Hoffman. It was Kaufman's directorial debut. The film premiered in competition at the 61st Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 23, 2008. Sony Pictures Classics acquired the United States distribution rights, paying no money but agreeing to give the film's backers a portion of the revenues. It had a limited theatrical release in the U.S. on October 24, 2008. The film's title is a play on Schenectady, New York, where much of the film is set, and the concept of synecdoche, wherein a part of something represents the whole, or vice versa. Philip Seymour Hoffman plays Caden Cotard, a theater director who finds his life unraveling. Suffering from numerous physical ailments and growing increasingly alienated from his wife, Adele (Catherine Keener), he hits bottom when Adele leaves him for a new life in Berlin, taking their daughter, Olive (Sadie Goldstein/​Robin Weigert),...
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