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Renaissance (1994)

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A failed-artist-turned critic believes that he will finally get his big break, allowing him to move to Tahiti and dedicate himself to a beautiful life of art. When he fails to get that ... See full summary »

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Tristan Anderson
Russ Widdall ...
Willie Cruz
Carol Anne Raffa ...
Rhonda Perry
Henry P. Hackett ...
Roger
Grace Gongliewski ...
Det. Betty Duffy
Paul Joseph Bernardo ...
Mark Rappaport (as Paul Bernardo)
Michael Robinson ...
Mr. Morton
Hazel Bowers
Andre Koch ...
Mr. Tyler
Beth Mann ...
Angela Newbright
David Mercy ...
Mahoney
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A failed-artist-turned critic believes that he will finally get his big break, allowing him to move to Tahiti and dedicate himself to a beautiful life of art. When he fails to get that much-needed grant - watching helplessly as the money goes instead to lurid, pornographic artists - he unleashes years of frustration and anger that accidentally results in adding a new color to his palette: blood. As the public beckons for more, it slowly starts to drive him mad - leaving him no choice but to confront them with the ultimate performance piece. Written by Anonymous

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A Masterpiece of Modern Cinema
16 April 1999 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

It's a thriller. No, it's a black comedy. No, it's a statement on society. No, it's Renaissance, one of the most provocative and acerbic films to come out of the indie scene. Starring Richard Hatch in perhaps his finest performance as a struggling painter who finds success using other people's blood, sweat, and tears - literally!

It's hard to find, but if you get a chance, see it! And be sure to stay for the final scene!


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