One thought on “Off The Map”

  1. Far less dynamic and gripping than the movie --which is one of my all-time favorites-- but does a good job hinting at some of the spirit behind the characters. Really, all that it's missing in comparison to the movie can be chalked up to the limitations of plays themselves; my biggest complaint is that New Mexico itself is a major "character" in the film, and you can't see that in a written play. I've also never seen Off The Map staged, so it's hard to truly say what it's got the potential to be [...]

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