I'm totally geeking out over Stranger Than Fiction w Will Farrell from 2006. I watched it years ago but missed basically everything. Lots of weird aspects that make statements with multiple meanings. My fav is the statement that the writer is caught between the publisher and reader, both showing up as jokes that just aren't funny, making impossible demands. But that's just the tip of the iceburg. Keep in mind: Dustin Hoffman always takes his roles very seriously; everything is significant.
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