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    Subject: Saw it. See it.
    Date: Oct 4, 2000
    Sender: John ClavisPrevious | Next

    It's that simple. I saw "Charlie Victor Romeo" about a year ago (on the advice of cast member Audrey Crabtree) at Collective: Unconscious. It was tremendously gripping and entertaining -- even funny at moments (when pilots suddenly start talking about going to a strip joint, because that's what the pilots ACTUALLY SAID!). I highly recommend it. There is an elegance in the simplicity of the sets, the sound and lighting work is positively beautiful, and the performances are so perfect as to be invisible. You hardly notice the actors; you, instead, see the pilots, stewardesses and other characters captured on the CVRs. Go see it. You won't regret it.

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    » Saw it. See it. «   from John Clavis, Oct 4, 2000
  • Brilliant   from J.Y. in Wisconsin, Dec 11, 2000
  • Excellent, what a ride   from Mike D. in Culver City, CA., Jul 9, 2001
  • Very Good- Great Credibility   from Russ, Oct 14, 2002
  • » Saw it. See it. «   from John Clavis, Oct 4, 2000
  • Brilliant   from J.Y. in Wisconsin, Dec 11, 2000
  • Excellent, what a ride   from Mike D. in Culver City, CA., Jul 9, 2001
  • Very Good- Great Credibility   from Russ, Oct 14, 2002