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Delusion (1991)

A man who has just embezzled money from his company is driving through the Nevada desert. He picks up a pretty girl and her seemingly goofy boyfriend. The girl is a Las Vegas showgirl and ... See full summary »

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George O'Brien
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Patti (as Jennifer Rubin-LaBoe)
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Chevy
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Larry
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Myron Sales
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Bus Ticket Cashier
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Julie
Amanda Horan Kennedy ...
Carly (as Barbra Horan)
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Biker Girl (as Angelina Fiordelissi)
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Jim
Tommy Redmond Hicks ...
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Pat Reilly ...
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A man who has just embezzled money from his company is driving through the Nevada desert. He picks up a pretty girl and her seemingly goofy boyfriend. The girl is a Las Vegas showgirl and the boyfriend turns out to be a professional killer, and he has no intention of letting the motorist finish the trip. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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She only wanted love. But money's better than nothing.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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R | See all certifications »

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7 June 1991 (USA)  »

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Mirage  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

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$233,488 (USA)
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2.35 : 1
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Feature directorial debut of Carl Colpaert. See more »

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Yet Another Producer - Harold Julbe See more »

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These Boots Are Made For Walking
By Lee Hazlewood, Copyright 1965 Criterion Music Corporation
Produced and arranged by Barry Adamson
Vocals: Anita Lane
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Delusion : offbeat, mesmerizing, brilliant!
26 May 2002 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

This is a movie that has real class. It's a haunting, offbeat thriller, a psychological character study, a sophisticated, modern film noir.

The story centers on three main characters, each acted to perfection by Jim Metzler, Jennifer Rubin, and Kyle Secor. The timing and dialogue are exquisite, and the plot is believable and eerily realistic. The viewer is mesmerized as the story unfolds against the hauntingly beautiful backdrop of Death Valley. Even the minor characters add to the sinister but fascinating atmosphere that is maintained from start to end.

This is a movie that is so absorbing, so extraordinary in every way, that it actually can be habit-forming. It gets better with every viewing. In my opinion, this may be the best movie ever produced.


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