Ron Rifkin, Noah Robbins, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jon Robin Baitz, The Twenty-Seventh Man, The Public Theater. New and York City Sunday 18th November 2012 Seventh Man' at The Public Theater. New York City, USA
The film starts with entrenched Big Apple dweller Al Pacino affecting a Georgia accent -- interesting, but no more required by the plotline than if he had come from Florida or North Dakota. About all the southern background does for his character, Eli Wurman, is provide an exaggeration to his promotional pushiness at one time, and slow, slurry speech to befit his character's drug-induced degradation at other times.
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