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Man Without a Face (1993) Movie Information

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Mel Gibson
Nick Stahl
Margaret Whitton
Fay Masterson
Gaby Hoffmann
Geoffrey Lewis





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A classic coming-of-age story between a boy and a man with a disfigured face. -- sapien

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Mel Gibson's directorial debut is a little conventional and, occasionally, cliched, but what elevates the material is the touching portrayal of the title character by Gibson himself, who brings a real and understated performance into every scene.

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It's a touching story that deserved to be told.

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03/31/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

A great little coming of age tale!

I’ve just finished watching this film and I must say Mel Gibson’s (in his first directorial effort) performance really moved me. Here he plays Justin McLeod, a horribly scarred former teacher who lives in recluse away from the gossip of everyone because of an unfortunate incident in his past. One day he meets a troubled young boy Chuck Norstadt (introducing a youthful Nick Stahl – Terminator 3) who actually wants to go to a military school and follow in his father’s footsteps but he doesn’t have the grades to do so. Chuck solicits his help and although McLeod is rather hesitant to do so, he becomes his tutor to help him study for his exams. The two form a bit of a bond as he teaches the boy writing, art, poetry and the power of the mind to look at things in different perspective until t...

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