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Simone 2002

From Amazon: What do you do when you've discovered a new superstar... and she doesn't really exist? That's the delightful premise of Simone, another smart, provocative what-if scenario from writer-director Andrew Niccol (Gattaca), whose script for The Truman Show offered a similarly skewed example of manipulated perceptions. Combining equal parts screwball comedy, Hollywood satire, and technological extrapolation, Simone grapples with the inevitable use of digital "synthespians," existing only as malleable computer code, and "performing" to the whims of the programmer. In this case it's a has-been movie director (Al Pacino, in...

Directed By:
Andrew NiccolAndrew Niccol
Written By:
Andrew NiccolAndrew Niccol
Al PacinoAl Pacino
Catherine KeenerCatherine Keener
Jay MohrJay Mohr
Jason SchwartzmanJason Schwartzman
Pruitt Taylor VincePruitt Taylor Vince
No image existsStanley Anderson
Evan Rachel WoodEvan Rachel Wood
No image existsDaniel von Bargen
No image existsRachel Roberts
Elias KoteasElias Koteas
No image existsRobert Musgrave

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Simone Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/14/2007)

So, I go from the Jack Wyatt character in Bewitched to an equally obnoxious actor, who leaves director Viktor Taransky in a lurch. Viktor has a solution that involves a bit of magic - computer magic. Al Pacino, who plays Viktor, is probably the greatest actor alive today. Is that over the top? I don't think so. Look at the...

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