Roddy has a camera implanted in his brain. He is then hired by a television producer to film a documentary of terminally ill Katherine, without her knowledge. His footage will then be run on the popular TV series, "Death Watch"... Written by
Philip Brubaker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
She's the target of every eye...including eyes only science could create.
Did You Know?
At one point of the film, the character played by Max von Sydow
tells some historical facts about the Medieval French composer Robert De Bauleac while listening to one of his work on a record player. When the film was released, a good number of music lovers tried to get a copy of the very same record in specialized stores which could never provide any for a very good reason: Robert De Bauleac has never existed and the composition heard in the film is none other than Antoine Duhamel's work. However the concerned peace of music, "Robert De Bauleac's Lament", has been since available as part of the complete movie soundtrack. See more
Everything's of interest, but nothing matters.
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Referenced in Speaking Parts
After The End
Written by Antoine Duhamel
, Produced by Gabriel Boustiani
Performed by The London Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Harry Rabinowitz See more