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Piper Perabo (Cheaper by the Dozen) plays Jen Marshall, a young girl in her mid-twenties who has more than a few skeletons in her closet, in Irving Schwartz's bittersweet /drama release from Empire Pictures. Though she initially appears to be nothing short of a saint - leaving L.A. for Brooklyn to care for her ailing parents as the story opens - Jen, it turns out, has been a bit of a bad girl in Los Angeles and has upset more than a few people thanks to her wild and unrestrained lifestyle and careless attitude. It is a problem that only follows her and risks complicating her life again when she resettles with her parents in the Big Apple - until a tragic accident confines her to a wheelchair and forces her to reexamine her self-centeredness. Mary Beth Hurt The World According to Garpand David Rasche Barbarians at the Gate co-star. … More
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Critic Reviews for Perception
... incoherent cross between Riding the Bus With My Sister and a Christina Ricci vehicle.
Director-writer Irving Schwartz has a lot of ideas about plots. Unfortunately, he seems to have jammed each and every one of them into a single movie, Perception.
If it weren't for the fact that several of its characters die, Irving Schwartz's twisted, laugh-free comedy Perception might be the pilot episode of a low-rent imitation of the television series Arrested Development.
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