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Fresh from grad school, a young man sets out to broaden his life 
experience -- by picking apples in Oregon.  C.O.G. is based on a 
semi-autobiographical essay by humorist David Sedaris.  While it doesn't 
feature his usual quota of belly laughs, there's a whole lotta' darkly 
cynical wit.  Jonathan Groff ('Mindhunter') does a nice Sedaris 
impersonation.  For showing no mercy, C.O.G. is well recommended.


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