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Stalker Guilt Syndrome

USA, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Jonah Kaplan

Witty, wise, whimsical and Woody Allenesque, Stalker Guilt Syndrome takes us on a journey through two frenetic realms—New York's brown-stone streets and its hapless protagonist's neurotic, over-active mind. Marc—played with dead-on, paranoiac charm by veteran NY stand-up and Dr Katz regular. Marc Maron—encounters an attractive young woman and is instantly tormented by his conscience.

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