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Arguably one of the most inventive and rule-breaking screenplays ever written, Being John Malkovich came from the crazed, genius mind of Charlie Kaufman, and was directed by equally unique Spike Jonze. Craig Schwartz (John Cusack) is a struggling street puppeteer whose puppets portray stories much too deep and tragic for children. In order to make a little money, Craig takes a job as a filing clerk for a company found on the seventh and a half floor of a building, a floor that most people find difficult to stand up straight in! It gets weirder. One day he accidentally discovers a door behind a filing cabinet, a door that just happens to be a portal into the brain of John Malkovich (played by the man himself)! For fifteen minutes, he experiences the ultimate way to escape his own dreary existence: He becomes John Malkovich! Afterwards, he falls from the sky, dumped onto the side of the New Jersey turnpike! With his beautiful co-worker Maxine (Catherine Keener), they hatch a plan to let others into John's brain for just $200 a trip. When Craig's pet-obsessed wife (Cameron Diaz) has a go at being Malkovich, she/he meets Maxine and falls in love. This is a story cult fans and critics won't ever talking about.
Being John Malkovich
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Byrne Piven, Cameron Diaz, Catherine Keener, Eric Weinstein, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Judith Wetzell, K.K. Dodds, Kevin Carroll, Madison Lanc, Mary Kay Place, Ned Bellamy, Octavia Spencer, Orson Bean, Reginald C. Hayes
Medium Level Coarse Language, Medium Level Sex Scenes