Multiple Sarcasms

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  • R
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 37 min
  • 4.7  (718)
  • 35

Multiple Sarcasms is a 2010 drama film directed and written by Brooks Branch. The movie stars Timothy Hutton as Gabriel, a successful architect living in New York City who is struggling to find meaning and purpose in his life. Gabriel is married to Cari, played by Mira Sorvino, and they have a teenage son named Bernie, played by Chris Conroy.

At the beginning of the movie, Gabriel is feeling unfulfilled by his job and his marriage. He starts seeing a therapist played by Stockard Channing in an attempt to figure out what he wants from his life. Through his therapy sessions, Gabriel starts to realize that he wants to be a playwright and begins writing a play about his life.

As Gabriel begins to focus on his writing, he becomes increasingly distant from his wife and son. Cari is a successful lawyer and doesn't understand Gabriel's desire to change careers. She becomes frustrated with him as he spends more and more time working on his play and neglecting their family.

Gabriel also starts to become attracted to a young actress named Alice, played by Dana Delany. Alice is auditioning for the lead role in Gabriel's play and they begin a flirtatious relationship. Gabriel's feelings for Alice lead to tension with his wife and son, and he starts to question whether his pursuit of his dream is worth losing everything else.

As the play comes together, Gabriel's relationships with the people in his life start to unravel. He breaks up with Alice and his wife serves him with divorce papers. Gabriel becomes more and more consumed by his writing and starts to lose touch with reality. He struggles to find a way to balance his career aspirations with his personal life.

The movie explores themes of mid-life crisis, the pursuit of happiness, and the importance of relationships. Timothy Hutton gives a strong performance as Gabriel, portraying his character's inner turmoil and confusion. The supporting cast also delivers solid performances, particularly Mira Sorvino as Cari.

Multiple Sarcasms has a slow pace and a melancholy tone. The movie's focus on the dream of becoming a playwright and the sacrifices that come with pursuing that dream will resonate with many viewers. The film's exploration of the importance of relationships and the impact that career aspirations can have on personal life is a relevant and relatable theme.

The movie features a strong visual style, with muted and desaturated colors that enhance the film's melancholic tone. The cinematography is simple but effective, emphasizing the character's emotions and inner conflicts.

Overall, Multiple Sarcasms is a thoughtful drama that explores the difficulties of finding meaning and purpose in life. It's a movie that will appeal to anyone who has ever questioned their career choices or the direction of their life. While not an action-packed film, it presents a compelling and poignant story that will resonate with many viewers.

Multiple Sarcasms is a 2010 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 37 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.7 and a MetaScore of 35.

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    4.7  (718)
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