|3/11/03: I've come across a script review at Screenwriters Utopia that's diametrically opposed to mine, if you're interested in a different opinion. It's very intelligently written, although I wonder if we actually read the same draft, as this reviewer's ending seems to be the opposite of the one I read.
3/6/03: I forgot to add that our affiliate Elijah Fan has more set pics of Wood onset. Update: I've now added one to the mini-gallery below--bottom right-hand corner.
2/23/03: I just reviewed the script last night, and--my God, I could barely sleep for thinking about it. It's amazing. So, in the course of putting together a preview, I went to a couple of our affiliates and--shock of shocks--found some set pics! (A big thanks to Discover Kate for letting us use these.) Why are none of my major news source sites reporting on this?!
Top row: Clementine (Winslet) in "Blue Ruin" hair dye.
Middle row: Clementine (Winslet) in "Red Menace" dye with Patrick (Wood).
Bottom row: Carrey as Joel, Winslet as Clementine (orange and/or red braids; click any image to get to Discover Kate's gallery).
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|Premise: Clementine has had Joel medically erased from her memory. Joel's going to have her erased in kind. One of the medical technicians is dating Clementine; the other one is dating the doctor's receptionist, Mary, who's in love with the doctor himself. (This is like, the first three pages, people.) And then Joel rebels in the middle of the procedure and starts "hiding" Clementine in unrelated memories, setting off a chain of events that... well, you'll see.
Why we care: Read this and you'll understand.
Release date: November 14, 2003
Director: Michel Gondry (Human Nature)
Screenwriter: Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich, Human Nature, Adap-tation)
Cast: Kate Winslet (Clementine), Jim Carrey (Joel), Kirsten Dunst (Mary), Mark Ruffalo (Stan), Elijah Wood (Patrick), Tom Wilkinson (Dr. Mierz-wiak)
Script reviews: Cleolinda's, Corona, AICN, The Trades.com
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