Thursday, March 25, 2010

The Adjuster (1992): review-2/10

Interminable drama that suffers from a mistaken sense of its own profundity.

Noah is an insurance inspector while his wife works as a censor for the Canadian board of films, classifying pornography. They live in an uncompleted suburban development. She has warts on the soles of her feet. He helps people assessing their insurace claims, putting them up in a motel.

Meandering, obscure and plotless, it's hard to see who this film is intended for.

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