Multiple Sarcasms (2010)

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NYC, 1979: Gabriel and Annie's marriage is falling apart with only their daughter holding it together. Gabriel quits his architect job to become a playwright, writing about his life. Annie and Liz leave.


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17 June 2010 | mj_egypt
8
| good movie to kick back and watch
I thought this was a good movie all in all. The acting was good and so was the story line. It was a tale of a man who was trying to find himself and find happiness in his life, isn't this what we all are searching for in the end? The main character Gabe wanted to be a writer so he gave up everything to do this. I think sometimes people are over critical of movies and over analyze things...just sit back and enjoy the ride and try to find a moral to the story instead of finding all the flaws. because this is what is wrong with our society as a whole, we always look for the flaws. So i would definitely recommend this movie it was different from the mainstream blockbusters and had some deep meaning to it.

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Budget:

$2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$16,025 9 May 2010

Gross USA:

$29,731

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$29,731

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