The Shape of Things


Saturday, June 21, 2003

If you watch Neil LaBute's movies, you start to think that he suspects everyone of horrible, underhanded tricks. His first film, In the Company of Men, was about two men who pretended to be in love with the same deaf woman, a coworker, just so they could both dump her six weeks later. LaBute's newest movie is called The Shape of Things and it works a similar idea from a different perspective. Studio 360's Leital Molad has the story.


Leital Molad

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