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Sam the Man (2001)

TV-MA | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | February 2001 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Fisher Stevens ... Sam Manning
Annabella Sciorra ... Cass
Alex Porter Alex Porter ... Saxophone Player
John Slattery ... Maxwell Slade
Annika Peterson ... Emily
Ron Rifkin ... Richard
Saverio Guerra ... Lorenzo Pugano
George Plimpton ... Himself
Griffin Dunne ... Man in Bathroom
Maria Bello ... Anastasia Powell
Danielle Ferland Danielle Ferland ... Ella
Joshua Dov ... College Boy (as Josh Dov)
Rob Morrow ... Daniel Lenz
Luis Guzmán ... Murray (as Luis Guzman)
Jean-Luke Figueroa ... Buster Pugano
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A vehicle to finally see Fisher Stevens' talent
17 October 2000 | by RBNYSee all my reviews

I viewed this film at the Hamptons Film Festival. I found it to be enjoyable and quite interesting. The ending is not predictable and is quite thought provoking.

It is the tale of a writer who seems to have a block in completing his second novel and in the mean time goes through a journey of self awareness.

I found Fisher Stevens, Sam Manning, to have finally found a character thought allowed him to stretch his skills. He is definitely an underused actor.


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