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Never Met Picasso (1996)

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Andrew Magnus
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Lucy
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Genna Magnus
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Larry
Alvin Epstein ...
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Young David / Mailperson (as Eddie Rutkowski)
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Saw it back in 1996
4 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It played at a art house in Brookline MA for about a week or two. I only saw it because I had seen Georgia Ragsdale (a very funny lesbian comedian) twice in Provincetown and I had a casual acquaintance with Eddie Rutkowski. The plot was kind of vague and there was really no resolution but it DID catch the art scene in Boston perfectly back in 1996. It was full of local characters and was shot on location. For a very low budget feature it was well-done and Arquette and Kidder were excellent in small roles. I don't think this ever got a wide release but it might be available on DVD. If you have an interest in Boston back in the 1990s or are a gay man you might like this one.


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