An Ottawa police captain searches for the person who poisoned his sister, who was attending the university in Montreal. So desperate is he for revenge that he begin to use his own brutal ... See full summary »
When South America killer bees, corporately smuggled into the United States, mutates into intelligent insects and attacks helpless people, young scientist work desperately to end the threat as the menace swarms in on the city areas.
Something or someone is attacking people one by one on the beach. Some of them are mutilated, but most of them are sucked into the sand, disappearing without a trace. What is the creature ... See full summary »
Claire Felicen as Art Director for 'Desire' - was nominated for Best Art Direction at the Metro Manila Film Festival - 1982. This was her first art direction (and the last as she left the movie industry and migrated to the US in 1985.) She is honored and proud of this nomination. She is greatly thankful that her effort and hard work on this movie was appreciated and recognized by the festival's awarding committee. Most of all, she is truly thankful to the film's director and producer, Mr. Eddie Romero for allowing her take on this challenge despite her not having experience in Art Direction. Mr. Romero must have recognized her intense love of film-making that he gave this task to her. This movie had a cast of professional artists and was released in the Philippines and in the US. "Desire" was also an entry in the Los Angeles Film Festival.
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