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One Hour Photo
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One Hour Photo 2002


From Amazon: One Hour Photo may be more civilized than Taxi Driver, but it's just as effectively creepy. Like Martin Scorsese's classic, this riveting character study is so compassionately detailed that we sympathize with poor Sy Parrish (Robin Williams) even as he grows increasingly unhinged. Sy is a meticulously dedicated one-hour-photo technician, but the pictures he processes--particularly those belonging to the successful, seemingly happy family of Nina and Will Yorkin (Connie Nielsen, Michael Vartan)--turn into the unhealthiest kind of obsession. The Yorkins' snapshots portray a joyful life that the lonely and traumatized Sy could...

Directed By:
Mark RomanekMark Romanek
Written By:
Mark RomanekMark Romanek
Starring:
Robin WilliamsRobin Williams
Connie NielsenConnie Nielsen
No image existsMichael Vartan
Gary ColeGary Cole
No image existsEriq La Salle
No image existsErin Daniels
No image existsDylan Smith

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One Hour Photo Movie Review by Douglas (6/29/2007)

Terribly boring movie. The story was pure drudgery from beginnng to end. I couldn't imagine Robin Williams reading the script and agreeing to play the part of Parrish. In fact, I can't imagine anybody reading the script and wanting to play the part of Parish. It was difficult to feel sorry for the protagonist because...

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