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Louis Gossett Jr.,
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Olive has been having a rough time ever since her husband killed her lover and then committed suicide. Now her co-workers are talking about her, someone is following her, and someone keeps breaking into her apartment. The police don't take her seriously. Written by
Greg Mintz <GM.Augusta@worldnet.att.net>
The whole film seemed like a student film, which is hyesterically funny, but what really got me was the hysterical chill. Heather Graham's hysterical performance reminded me of Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby, that neurotic sensibility that really scares the audience. The poor quality of how the film was presented added to the mystery of how this film was concepted to be made, even more a mystery of why Graham got involved, which all the more adds to the creepiness and weird experience this film delivers that can further more make someone laugh hysterically. The story was in a sense, smart, but could be easily underrated.But most importantly, the film made me "feel" the feelings that the character was going through that served a point, not to mention loads of entertainment and true horror. it's definitely "about" something if you're considering to see it, i definitely think you should. Looking back on it, I really loved it. Purchase it, why not?
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