A Different Man: Aaron Schimberg’s Look at Actors, Egos and the Disfigured

In A Different Man, writer-director Aaron Schimberg offers a twisted take on actors, playwrights, egos and the plight of the disfigured.

The provocative, dark comedy centers on an aspiring thespian with neurofibromatosis (played by Sebastian Stan) who finds a cure, only to long for the life he used to have when his face was still deformed.

Renate Reinsve and Adam Pearson (who has neurofibromatosis himself) shine in key supporting roles.

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