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Suture, Scott McGehee and David Siegel's self-conscious exploration of identity and individuality, evokes a flashy remake of Edward D. Wood Jr.'s ... Show synopsis

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  • Almost Mediocre Dec 19, 2008
    by hard2pleez

    This movie had a very interesting concept, but was poorly executed. I liked the fact that these characters, who supposedly looked like twins, were played by actors of different races. Victor was rich, aloof, too slick, and apparently morally corrupt. Clay was working class, open, and at least appeared to have some values. After the attempted murder by car bomb, one would hope that Clay would regain his memory, prove his innocence, and give Victor his comeuppance. Well, he did get Vic, but his choice to reject his old life of poverty to "become" the very person who (probably) killed his own father spoke volumes about the power of money. From the viewer's perspective, it was also difficult not to see it as a rejection of his own life as a person of color in favor of "passing" as Caucasian. To give credit where it's due, there were lots of little sub-plots going on, but none were fully developed enough to engage the viewer.

    Can't say whether it was the acting or the directing, but unless it's remade in the future, this is definitely not the movie to watch a second time. But...Dennis did look good in the shower!

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