News and Notes
Soderbergh busted onto the scene with 1989's Sex, Lies, and Videotape. Since then his work has been a mixed bag, sometimes big (Kafka), sometimes small (King of the Hill). Along those very same lines, Schizopolis is about as mixed as you can get. Shot on a shoe-string budget, with Soderbergh and his wife in all the main roles, the film is a surrealistic comedy about.. um.. er... about... oh, you'll just have to see it for yourself. The scene where Soderbergh (as a dentist) falls in love with "Attractive Woman #2" is painfully hilarious. Definitely worth a rental.