The grief-sticken widower of a carbon-monoxide suicide (he cannot bring himself to read her note) takes up the hobby of sniffing gasoline, and then the hobby of remote-control model airplanes (initially as a cover for the smell of gas around the house). An emotionally unrestrained but nonetheless static little film, a barren stage for Philip Seymour Hoffman to show what he can do. With Kathy Bates, Sarah Koskoff, Jack Kehler; written by Gordy Hoffman (the star's older brother); directed by Todd Louiso. (2002) — Duncan Shepherd
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