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Looking at the previous comment, I wonder whether a film like this would work better as a play. But I have to see the flick to make an informed comment. I saw Gordy's (wrote the screenplay) LOVE LIZA. Bold and very moving with a powerful performance by Philip Seymour-Hoffman. That film was in the hands of Todd Louiso an excellent director and had a cast with people like Seymour-Hoffman and Jack Kehler (superb). My question is can Gordy "direct"? So many writers want to direct, actually think they can. The ones who do either fall on their faces or produce brilliant films. Where can I get a good DVD of this movie? It's not on Netflix, not even in the "coming" category.
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