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Being John Malkovich

USA, English, 112 mins

  • Director: Spike Jonze
  • Writer: Charlie Kaufman
  • Producer: Steve Golin; Charlie Kaufman

CGiii Comment

Definitely offbeat....

Definitely an acquired taste...

So...if you are offbeat with a dodgy tongue - then, this is for you - a delight indeed.


The(ir) Blurb...

Puppeteer Craig Schwartz and animal lover and pet store clerk Lotte Schwartz are just going through the motions of their marriage. Despite not being able to earn a living solely through puppeteering, Craig loves his profession as it allows him to inhabit the skin of others. He begins to take the ability to inhabit the skin of others to the next level when he is forced to take a job as a file clerk for the off-kilter LesterCorp, located on the five-foot tall 7½ floor of a Manhattan office building. Behind one of the filing cabinets in his work area, Craig finds a hidden door which he learns is a portal into the mind of John Malkovich, the visit through the portal which lasts fifteen minutes after which the person is spit into a ditch next to the New Jersey Turnpike. Craig is fascinated by the meaning of life associated with this finding.

Cast & Characters

John Cusack as Craig Schwartz;
Cameron Diaz as Lotte Schwartz;
Ned Bellamy as Derek Mantini;
Eric Weinstein as Father at Puppet Show;
Madison Lanc as Daughter at Puppet Show;
Octavia Spencer as Woman in Elevator;
Mary Kay Place as Floris;
Orson Bean as Dr. Lester;
Catherine Keener as Maxine Lund;
K.K. Dodds as Wendy;
Reginald C. Hayes as Don;
Byrne Piven as Captain Mertin;
Judith Wetzell as Tiny Woman;
John Malkovich as John Horatio Malkovich;
Kevin Carroll as Cab Driver

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