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Joe (1997)

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In the sterile comfort of a psychiatric ward, Joe (David Aaron Baker) finds solace for his tortured soul in dull routine watching TV and polishing and re-polishing his meticulous black ... See full summary »

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Joe
Jarlath Conroy ...
Antacid Man
Sean Fulcaer ...
Attendant
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Attendant
Michael Klausner ...
Attendant
Michael Bergman ...
Patient
Karyn Bogart ...
Patient
Thomas Leonardo ...
Patient
Neil Milano ...
Patient
Steve Scibelli ...
Patient
Lon Waterford ...
Patient
Erika Weber ...
Patient
Paula Bowen ...
Nurse (as Carys Bowen)
Michele O'Brien ...
Nurse
Collette Porteous ...
Nurse
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In the sterile comfort of a psychiatric ward, Joe (David Aaron Baker) finds solace for his tortured soul in dull routine watching TV and polishing and re-polishing his meticulous black boots. But even the most tightly controlled refuge is not unbreachable, as Joe soon learns when his solitude is shattered by the arrival of an interloper (Jarlath Conroy). Written by Anonymous

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Stylish...
7 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

A wonderful, moody & thoughtful piece. Beautifully shot.

Kudos to this stylish NYC writer/director who has created a gem of a little movie. A well-deserved Cannes selection.


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