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The Civilization of Maxwell Bright (2005)

After a series of bad relationships, a man orders a mail order bride and receives more than he bargained for.

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Max Bright
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Mai Ling
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Mr. Wroth
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Jaurice
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Dr. O'Shannon
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Berdette
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Arlis
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Jackson
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Timo
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Mrs. Wroth
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Justice of the Peace
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Erin the Makeup Artist
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Helen
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After a series of bad relationships, a man orders a mail order bride and receives more than he bargained for.

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She was everything he wanted and nothing he expected. See more »

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Rated R for strong language including sexual references, some sexuality and graphic nudity | See all certifications »

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28 September 2007 (USA)  »

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Sex & Violence  »

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During the standoff at the store, the gun Max is holding jumps from one hand to the other. See more »

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Mai Ling: Spirit in toilet very friendly.
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In the Deep
Performed by Bud York
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Hilarious and Dark
11 November 2003 | by (LOS ANGELES) – See all my reviews

Sex and Violence maintains an even resonance of brutal poetry, and it's also very very funny. Patrick Warburton brings enough vulnerablility to the despicable Max Bright such that his bilious reaction to life and the people in his sphere is bitingly funny. Ultimately S&V is all about pain and suffering, disease and abusiveness, but in such a way that the theatre where I saw it was rolling with laughter. My stomach muscles ached from laughing so hard. It felt like a Tennessee Williams play done really really well.


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