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Mr. Vincent (1997)

Not Rated | | Drama | January 1997 (USA)
Mr. Vincent is the character study of a struggling songwriter who obsesses over the women in his life. After his wife leaves him he meets Lisa who becomes his mentor, muse and lover, but ... See full summary »

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Johnny
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Charlotte
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Micky
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Lou
Vic Nassisi ...
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Matt Lamaj ...
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Jacquelene Nasser ...
Fran
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Mimi Scott ...
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Dana Chaifetz ...
Donna
Kim Marie Reynolds ...
Missy
Robert Fabio ...
Ernie
James Right ...
Kenny
Eran Bohem ...
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Mr. Vincent is the character study of a struggling songwriter who obsesses over the women in his life. After his wife leaves him he meets Lisa who becomes his mentor, muse and lover, but lies, betrayal and finally threats gets in their way and relationships spiral out of control. Written by Anonymous

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so realistic it's creepy

This movie showed a very believable portrayal of one man's obsession for his girlfriend gone way overboard. The acting was superb, and I liked how the movie was in black and white, it gave the effect more dramatic meaning, like perhaps the black and white-ness reflected the way that John Vincent saw the world ... either Lisa (object of his affection) loved him or hated him, sort of an all-or-nothing perspective. He goes kind of psycho in this movie, but it's so realistic that it's creepy ... this sort of thing happens all the time to people you know, not just people on the Jerry Springer show. I can see how watching this movie may be a little difficult for people that are in the same sort of situation, though. All in all, however, I'd give this movie an 8 out of 10.


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