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Schizopolis ()


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Fletcher Munson, the lethargic employee of a pseudo-religious self help company, and his doppelganger, the friendly but dull dentist Dr. Jeffrey Korchek.

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Miles Hardy ...
Baseball player
Scott Allen ...
Right Hand Man (uncredited)
Betsy Brantley ...
Mrs. Munson / Attractive Woman #2 (uncredited)
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Corporate Mole (uncredited)
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The Mysterious Couple (uncredited)
C.C. Courtney ...
Man Being Interviewed (uncredited)
Sonny Cranch ...
Pastor (uncredited)
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Secretary (uncredited)
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Photo Store Customer (uncredited)
Andre du Broc ...
Corporate Drone (uncredited)
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Mrs. Schwitters (uncredited)
John Hardy ...
Talkshow Host (uncredited)
Coleman Hough ...
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Lori Jefferson ...
Dental Patient (uncredited)
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Nameless Numberhead Man (uncredited)
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Elmo Oxygen (uncredited)
Rodger Kamenetz ...
Cardiologist (uncredited)
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Diane (uncredited)
Margaret Lawhon ...
TV Newscaster (uncredited)
Mike Malone ...
T. Azimuth Schwitters (uncredited)
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Personal Assistant (uncredited)
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Depressed Guy (uncredited)
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Bad Guy (uncredited)
Linda Mixon ...
Schwitters Fanatic (uncredited)
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The Mysterious Couple (uncredited)
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Fletcher Munson / Dr. Jeffrey Korchek (uncredited)
Ronnie Stutes ...
Lawyer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Steven Soderbergh ... (uncredited)

Written by

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Steven Soderbergh ... (written by) (uncredited)

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John Hardy ... producer (uncredited)
John Lawrence Ré ... executive producer (uncredited)

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Cliff Martinez ... (uncredited)
Jeff Rona ... (uncredited)
Steven Soderbergh ... (uncredited)

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Steven Soderbergh ... (uncredited)

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Sarah Flack ... (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Larry Blake ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Paul Ledford ... production sound mixer (uncredited)
Mark A. Mangini ... sound editor (uncredited)
Whit Norris ... sound mixer (uncredited)

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Diana Gary ... still photographer (uncredited)

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Ronnie Stutes ... extras casting (uncredited)

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Daniel Wheatcroft ... studio executive
Darrin Dickerson ... production assistant (uncredited)
Sean Garman ... production assistant (uncredited)
Michael Charles Hill ... distribution and marketing coordinator (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Fletcher Munson is a lethargic, passive worker for a Scientology-like self-help corporation called Eventualism. After the death of a colleague, he is promoted to the job of writing speeches for T. Azimuth Schwitters, the founder and head of the group. He uses this as an excuse to be emotionally and romantically distant from his wife, who, he discovers, is having an affair with his doppelganger, a dentist named Dr. Jeffrey Korchek. As Munson fumbles with the speech and Korchek becomes obsessed with a new patient, a psychotic exterminator named Elmo Oxygen goes around the town seducing lonely wives and taking photographs of his genitals. Written by Gary Dickerson

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Also Known As
  • Steven Soderbergh's Schizopolis (United States)
  • Шизополис (Russia)
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  • 96 min
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Budget $250,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Steven Soderbergh cast his ex-wife, Betsy Brantley, to play his character's wife. Their two characters were a husband and wife who had drifted apart and could not communicate. See more »
Goofs The word "circumcised" is misspelled on Elmo's truck. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Four Eyed Monsters (2005). See more »
Crazy Credits No fish were harmed during the making of this film. See more »
Quotes Fletcher Munson: Hello!
Neighbor: Hello.
Fletcher Munson: How are you?
Neighbor: Fine.
Fletcher Munson: Is your wife coming over tonight? Because her big ass always leaves me satisfied.
Neighbor: Nice of you to mention her. She enjoys sex with you much more than she does with me.
Fletcher Munson: I'm sure she says that to all the men in the neighborhood.
Neighbor: You may be right about that one.
Fletcher Munson: I'll see you later.
Neighbor: Okay.
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