Gray's Anatomy B
To break through the stagnation, Soderbergh made the low-budget Gray's Anatomy, a visually inventive version of Spalding Gray stage monologue, about an eye problem that sent an artist on a wild journey through alternative medicine before he succumbs to surgery. The material is less funny than Gray's previous monologues (Swimming to Cambodia), but Soderbergh compensates with creepy visuals and Lynch-like interviews with individuals who have suffered optical problems.
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