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David Aaron Baker,
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William Cameron Menzies
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MAZE (2001) *** Rob Morrow, Laura Linney, Craig Sheffer, Gia Carides, Rose Gregorio, Robert Hogan. Morrow - who co-wrote with Bradley White and co-produced - makes his big screen debut to boot as a gifted artist afflicted with Tourette's Syndrome who finds himself babysitting his friend Linney while her boyfriend - and his best friend - Sheffer - is working as a doctor in a third world nation, and the two bond closely when she reveals her pregnancy ultimately leading to love like no other. Fine acting by the two protagonists make up for the tricky camera maneuvers (i.e. Morrow's view point as a herky-jerky shake of the unfolding scenes at hand) in this otherwise unique spin on the suffering artist in love comedy/drama genre.
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