Critics' Voices: Sep. 2, 1991

MOVIES

DOC HOLLYWOOD. An impatient young doctor (Michael J. Fox) stumbles into a serenely integrated community in South Carolina -- "Hee Haw hell," he calls it -- and acquires a pig, a girlfriend and some scruples. It's a feature- length attack of the aw-shucks, but Fox, world's nicest star, makes it painless.

TRUST. Typical Hal Hartley dialogue: "Will you trust me?" "If you trust me first." In this deadpan romance, the writer-director limns the palship of a pregnant high schooler (Adrienne Shelly) and a sociopath genius (Martin Donovan). Another fond sketch of losers from the down-scale version of Woody Allen.

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