Human Nature (2001)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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A woman is in love with a man in love with another woman, and all three have designs on a young man raised as an ape.

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Director:

Michel Gondry

Writer:

Charlie Kaufman

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Steven Soderbergh was first interested in directing Charlie Kaufman's script back in late 1996, when Kaufman was still trying to get Being John Malkovich (1999) produced. Soderbergh's considerations for casting were for David Hyde Pierce in the role of Nathan Bronfman, Chris Kattan in the role of Puff (likely due to his character Mr. ... ...


Quotes

Lila Jute: I'm *not* sorry.
Puff: I *am* sorry.
Nathan Bronfman: I don't even know what sorry means anymore.


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Puff was raised by a madman who never taught him basic language skills or anything about human life. So how does he know the story of being stolen from his mother's apartment?

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Genres

Comedy | Drama

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