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Beyond the Limits (2003)

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The rookie journalist Vivian seeks Frederick, the caretaker of the oldest cemetery in an undefined country, asking for an interview and the old man tells the story of two "costumers" and ... See full summary »

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Tom Brewster
David Creedon ...
David Deming
Natacza Boon ...
Annabelle (as Natacza Soozie Boon)
James Matthews-Pyecka ...
Jimmie Levinson
Simon Newby ...
Mortimer
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James Flynn
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Frederick
Daryl Jackson ...
Robert Downing
Twin ...
Courtney
Saskia Lange ...
Marianne
Mehmet Yilmaz ...
Christopher
Kimberly Liebe ...
Vivian
Matthias Rimpler ...
Brad
Jeff Motherhead ...
Howard
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The rookie journalist Vivian seeks Frederick, the caretaker of the oldest cemetery in an undefined country, asking for an interview and the old man tells the story of two "costumers" and both connected by a mysterious secret. The powerful gangster Jimmie Levinson accuses his former partner Paul Pattuchi of stealing a load of cocaine and orders to kill his beloved girlfriend Clarice. Paul is found dead later in a cottage, and Jimmie and his friends and girlfriends are visited during a dinner party by Robert Downing first and then by the sadistic Mortimer and his partner Rick seeking the truth about Paul and a suitcase with a mysterious relic. The second story takes place in the Middle Ages, where the cruel David Deming and his minion Tom Brewster chase the renegade priest James Flynn in the name of the Inquisition but actually trying to force him to reveal the secret of the Eternal Heart to grant immortality. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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disturbing piece of violence and gore
14 April 2003 | by (Saarbuecken , germany) – See all my reviews

This movie is hard to describe , for its neither a real horror flick nor a real senseless splatter movie. It´s disturbing , its brutal , its great. the movie splits in 2 1/2 plots , one in the middle age , one nowadays , and the outline plot. The middle age episode is the one which contains the most splatter effects , not that disturbing brutality as the modern episode. Here you see, what can be done with swords an axes. Lots of blood and gore of course. The modern episode , as mentioned , is like a kick (or some more) in the teeth. Painful to watch , hard to believe. Of course , "splatter" at its best , but there is absolute nothing funny in this movie , as splatter usually has. So if you are prepared to see one of the hardest, sadistic ,most violent kills ever , this one is the right thing for you. If you are about to watch a funny splatter movie , you better think twice. This movie is definitely beyond the limits.


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