Game 6 (stylized as Game6) is a 2005 American film directed by Michael Hoffman, first presented at the Sundance Film Festival, released in the United States in 2006, and starring Michael Keaton. It follows a fictional playwright, Nicky Rogan, on the day he has a new stage play opening which is also the same day as the sixth game of the 1986 World Series is played. It realizes a 1991 screenplay by Don DeLillo, with a soundtrack written and performed by Yo La Tengo. Wikipedia
Game 6 is a member of the following lists: American films, English-language films, Baseball films, Films set in the 1980s, 2005 films, 2000s drama films, 2006 films, American baseball films, Films directed by Michael Hoffman and Screenplays by Don DeLillo.
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Paisley Porter: I didn't understand until today how much pain and anxiety you've been causing everybody with your reviews. Steven, it's completely unfair. Steven Schwimmer: It's unfair? Paisley Porter: Yes. Steven Schwimmer: The truth is always unfair. Paisley Porter: Well, it doesn't have to be. Steven Schwimmer: Why do you think I live this way? Why do you think I'm, I'm taking electricity from the lamp-post (he gestures outdoors) Steven Schwimmer: and hiding out? Why? Paisley Porter: Because you choose to. Steven Schwimmer: No. Because people who write the truth are the outcasts of society. I can't live openly. I can't live in a nice door-man building, with my name on the mailbox, because they'd, they'd come after me in packs! Paisley Porter: Not if you wrote the truth gently. Steven Schwimmer: (in an upset tone) But the truth is never gentle.