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Gray's Anatomy

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The film follows Spalding Gray, who has an eye condition and is informed to take a surgery. Afraid of the dangers that surgery could bring, he decides to seek for a safer alternative treatment.
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CRITICS OF "Gray's Anatomy"
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E! Online
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January 01, 2000

Using every cinematic trick in the book, [director] Soderbergh turns Gray's one-man world into the most surreal mind-expander since Alice fell down the rabbit hole.
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Nitrate Online

March 11, 2004

The late Spalding Gray's monologue is typically fascinating, and Soderbergh's creative staging is a treat.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

There's something intrinsically insincere about the whole quest. Gray is on a search less for a cure than for material.
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Austin Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

Not only is it interesting to follow the course of Gray's storyline, the movie is also equally interesting to view, even if the storyteller is just sitting in front of a desk most of the time.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

Gray's Anatomy finds Spalding Gray turning a bout with a bizarre ocular condition into a dizzying, absorbing odyssey of the neurotic mind.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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July 05, 2011

Visually inventive version of Gray's monologue, though the material is not as interesting as that of Swimming to Cambodia.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

A chatty, colorful, nicely sardonic account of how a crisis led Mr. Gray to assess his medical state, consider his mortality and take one more funny, self-dramatizing look at the eccentric world around him.
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Movieline
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March 04, 2002

Gray's Anatomy is a triumphant reminder of the power of words to summon our deepest fears.
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Film Freak Central
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September 04, 2012

It is haunting, though. How could it not be, when the last lines of the monolog are "Ecstasy, despair, ecstasy, despair" and some mention of a big fish?
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Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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January 01, 2000

The film manages to come off like a dinnertime conversation with a friend -- albeit a one-sided and long but very good and very funny one.
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Globe and Mail
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April 12, 2002

At best, Gray is a tragicomic Everyman who strikes an empathic chord in his admiring audience; at worst, he's a middle-aged, self-absorbed, hopelessly provincial New Yorker -- an urban hick who won't shut up.
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Movie Metropolis
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August 21, 2012

Soderbergh does (Gray) no favors with a series of overwrought stylistic choices.
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