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Kitchen Sink (1989)

A woman finds something quaint in her kitchen sink and feels strangely captivated towards it.

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A woman finds something quaint in her kitchen sink and feels strangely captivated towards it.

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Dark & Atmospheric
18 May 2000 | by (England) – See all my reviews

This film caught my eye because it reminded me of Eraserhead, being in Black & White and having eerie sound. A woman pulls a hair out of a sink plughole. It continues to grow longer and wider, until a strange foetus emerges, and is flung out. The woman puts the object in the bath. She returns to it later to find it is now a large, excessively hairy man. She shaves the man completely, but he seems dead. She puts him into a plastic bag. He awakes, and she kisses him. Then she makes a fateful error. Worth a look.


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