The Innerview

  • 1974
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

Bochco plays the victim of an auto accident; Beymer plays a filmmaker. The film opens with a blank screen and a soundtrack consisting of heavy breathing, tipping the viewer off to some pseudointellectual cinematic fun. Beymer, a real-life Hollywood actor, tries his hand here at avant-garde filmmaking but misses by a long shot. What he does come up with...read more

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Bochco plays the victim of an auto accident; Beymer plays a filmmaker. The film opens with a blank screen and a soundtrack consisting of heavy breathing, tipping the viewer off to some pseudointellectual cinematic fun. Beymer, a real-life Hollywood actor, tries his hand here at avant-garde

filmmaking but misses by a long shot. What he does come up with is a series of shots with distorted angles, banal attempts at pop psychoanalysis, cheap Bergmanesque symbolism, and ultimately an incomprehensible mess.

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  • Released: 1974
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Bochco plays the victim of an auto accident; Beymer plays a filmmaker. The film opens with a blank screen and a soundtrack consisting of heavy breathing, tipping the viewer off to some pseudointellectual cinematic fun. Beymer, a real-life Hollywood actor,… (more)

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