We have a brand new exclusive special feature clip from Synecdoche, New York, which hits the shelves on DVD and Blu-ray on March 10. Click below for our exclusive clip of a special feature interview with writer-director Charlie Kaufman.
Oscar-winner writer* Charlie Kaufman's directorial debut, SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK "one of the best films of the year" (Manohla Dargis, The New York Times), follows the life of regional theater director Caden Cotard (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) as he struggles with romantic relationships (Samantha Morton, Michelle Williams and Catherine Keener), as well as the problems of aging and a mysteriously degenerative medical condition. He develops all this into a monumental theater piece. Building a full-scale replica of New York City inside an impossibily large warehouse and populating it with thousands of actors, Cotard spends the remainder of his life creating a piece so personal and epic in scope, that the line between reality and art collide, and the universe that he has created swallows up everything within it.
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- The Story of Caden Cotard: In Conversation with Phillip Seymour Hoffman
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- NFTS/Script Factory Masterclass with Charlie Kaufman