I think this poster only works if you're familiar with the plot, how Hoffman's character is planning and constructing a replica of New York within a warehouse. Or if you're that guy from my old work who would always chuckle that he was "a bit of a Post-It junky," in which case you'll probably look at it and say, "Have you seen my desk? That is so me."
Poster for Charlie Kaufman's Synecdoche, New York [Ion Cinema]
Synecdoche, New York opens today in New York and LA! I will be seeing this thing so hard this weekend, but if you don't live in such a location of Charlie Kaufman-privilege, here is some consolation: nine new clips from Twitch Film. It's not quite the same as seeing it tomorrow... / Continue →
Here's a poster for that movie with all the buildings, a blimp, and girders. It's also written and directed by the brilliant Charlie Kaufman, but the important part is all the buildings, blimps, and girders. And that IT'S A MIRACLE MOVIE.
'Synecdoche, New York' Poster Premiere... / Continue →
Yes, technically this is just Catherine Keener and Philip Seymour Hoffman standing in a dingy artist's studio. But it's also a scene in Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind writer Charlie Kaufman's first directorial effort, Synecdoche, New York--only t... / Continue →