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  1. Reviewed by: Julia Wallace
    What starts out as a clever exploration of consciousness quickly descends into underplotted folly.
  2. Paul Auster's suffocating romance makes you feel as if you're helplessly stuck inside the head of the most pretentious person you know.
  3. Reviewed by: Matt Zoller Seitz
    A late appearance by a supporting character -- a pushy plumber and aspiring writer named Jim Fortunato (Michael Imperioli), who offers his mentally damaged young ward (played by Mr. Auster’s own daughter, Sophie) as a servant and possible concubine -- pushes the movie from bland pretension into distastefulness.

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