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Roger Dodger

Roger DodgerReviewed by Lee Marshall in VeniceDir: Dylan Kidd. USA. 2002. 106 mins.This dark-veined New York comedy by first-time director Dylan Kidd came as oneof the few pleasant surprises in the opening few days at Venice, where itplayed in critics' week. Roger Dodger is thethinking man's American Pie: thestory of a schoolboy's attempt to lose his virginity in the Big Apple with thehelp of a fast-talking but emotionally ...

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