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Mena Suvari

Mysteries of Pittsburgh: A Strangely Flat Adaptation of Michael Chabon’s First Novel

For all the youthful hedonism and reckless behavior on display in Rawson Marshall Thurber’s Mysteries of Pittsburgh, his strangely stillborn adaptation of Michael Chabon’s first novel, there’s something sorely missing – a sense of danger, perhaps, or a hint of intrigue.

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