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I had no idea what to expect with this movie, renting it on a whim... but it moved me more than a movie has in a very long time. Rob Morrow does a fantastic job of portraying this tormented artist who also has a wonderful sense of humor. The characters are believable and real, and I instantly was drawn into the story. I love it when a movie captures me that way, and I really care about what happens to the characters. This movie is insightful, artistic, emotional, funny and educational (especially for someone like me who knew nothing about what it's like to have Tourette Syndrome). Also, the soundtrack is unique and moving - VERY original. There is some nudity but not sexually (women posing for Lyle Maze, the artist) and some bad language. What struck me most about the movie was the innocence in the love portion of the story. It's beautiful and complicated like love tends to be. Go rent it! :)
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