Charlie Kaufman Turns to Philip Seymour Hoffman to Tackle His Neuroses

New York Press | October 23, 2008
Entirely too "clever," this story about an upstate New York theater director parades all of Kaufman’s neuroses: sexual frustration, creative surfeit (not a creative block), body hatred and celebrity paranoia. What's missing is universality; that's swallowed up by Kaufman's intellectual egomania.

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