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April 3, 1994 | QUENDRITH JOHNSON
Scenario: An evil half-brother angles to switch identities with--then murder--his semblance in order to escape suspicion for their father's murder. The twist? Although the characters in the story perform as if the two family members are interchangeable, one supposedly "identical" brother is white, the other black. Welcome to "Suture," a lush black-and-white, cinematic labyrinth created by first-time filmmakers Scott McGehee and David Siegel, who wrote, directed and produced the film.
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June 11, 1994 | MARK CHALON SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Scott McGehee and David Siegel were beaming. And why not? They kept getting doused with high praise by the two dozen or so film professors and students who showed up Thursday night at UC Irvine to hear about the duo's hot new movie career. McGehee and Siegel, who grew up in Orange County, happily accepted kudos for their artsy thriller, "Suture." The independent picture (which is being distributed by the Samuel Goldwyn Co.
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June 11, 1994 | MARK CHALON SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Scott McGehee and David Siegel were beaming. And why not? They kept getting doused with high praise by the two dozen or so film professors and students who showed up Thursday night at UC Irvine to hear about the duo's hot new movie career. McGehee and Siegel, who grew up in Orange County, happily accepted kudos for their artsy thriller, "Suture." The independent picture (which is being distributed by the Samuel Goldwyn Co.
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April 3, 1994 | QUENDRITH JOHNSON
Scenario: An evil half-brother angles to switch identities with--then murder--his semblance in order to escape suspicion for their father's murder. The twist? Although the characters in the story perform as if the two family members are interchangeable, one supposedly "identical" brother is white, the other black. Welcome to "Suture," a lush black-and-white, cinematic labyrinth created by first-time filmmakers Scott McGehee and David Siegel, who wrote, directed and produced the film.
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