20 April 2014 9:27 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

New York — Playwright/filmmaker Stephen Belber returns to sex, lies and audiotape in Match, the adaptation of a play that, like his earlier work Tape (itself adapted in 2001 by Richard Linklater), is a three-hander in which people try to trick each other into owning up to long-buried transgressions. Sunny and open where Tape was sealed up tight, this film is less psychologically gripping; while it offers some provocative moral quandaries, it serves mostly as a showcase for Patrick Stewart, playing a Juilliard dance teacher whose past has come to haunt him. Stewart should ensure that attention is

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