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Dead Girl (1996)

Ari Rose, an unsuccessful actor, falls for a beautiful woman named Helen-Catherine but strangles her when she rejects him. Ari then takes the dead woman home, has sex with her corpse, and comes to believe that she is still alive.
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Helen Catherine Howe
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Ari Rose
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Frida
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Ira Golub
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Treasure
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Short Cop
Betsy Clark ...
Ira's Secretary
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Dr. Dark
Rennie Laurence ...
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Young Actor
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Mother
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Damon
Peter Dodson ...
Tall Cop
Billy Hopkins ...
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Ari Rose, an unsuccessful actor, falls for a beautiful woman named Helen-Catherine but strangles her when she rejects him. Ari then takes the dead woman home, has sex with her corpse, and comes to believe that she is still alive.

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22 September 1996 (Japan)  »

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Halott lány  »

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This movie was an experimental production and was not intended as a commercial theatrical vehicle. See more »

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Not meant to be an actual movie, so don't pick on it too much? Well, maybe not...
29 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Okay, it's obvious that this disturbing exercise in totally annoying any potential viewers was not meant to be a movie or to be viewed by anyone in public, as it states. I too got this cheapy cheap as a double-feature with an additional non-movie. I think the store had only ordered in one or two copies even at bargain bin rates.

Yeah, the ending, what was that all about? Don't know if people should really even be allowed to rate this, but I'll give it a full one just for daring to mimic the concept of film, in and of itself.

Sort of like if you took a photograph of dirt and hung it up, and called it a painting.

Go watch "River's Edge" instead.


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