A couple uses extremely black comedy to survive taking care of a daughter who is nearly completely brain dead. They take turns doing the daughter's voice and stare into the eyes of death ... See full summary »
Aston (Robert Shaw), a quiet, reserved man, lives alone in a top-floor cluttered room of a small abandoned house in a poor London district. He befriends and takes in Mac Davies (Donald ... See full summary »
I was an extra in this film when a part of it was shot in Houston Texas. I had a chance to see it when it played here. (at the theater of fine arts, *rolls eyes*) I walked out on it, even never have seen the scenes I was (supposed to be?) in. All I received from this movie was a really nasty sunburn. I hope that someone enjoyed it, I didn't. I would guess that someone liked it somewhere. I'm at a loss at who could of. Please if you liked it don't hate me. I just never got into it for the story was way too long in the set-up, or I was way too impatient. Either/or, it wasn't a movie I'd ever see again. Hope I didn't rag on it too much. It just didn't appeal to my tastes.
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