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After six months at sea on an unassisted solo circumnavigation, Georgia Perry's 44-foot sloop is becalmed for several days. Cabin fever sets in, and the border between fact and fantasy begins to distort. But if these are just tricks of the mind, how do these encounters leave Georgia with physical manifestations? Written by
Not so much a horror flick as a psychological thriller, as a young woman begins hallucinating on a long solo sea voyage. She starts to see (and communicate with) her dead mother, her soon-to-be-deceased-and-legless father (with his legs grown back), a bunch of Malaysian pirates and even some oversized spiders that appear to be right out of LOST IN SPACE. Danger, Will Robinson! Or in this case, Wilhemina Robinson! Oh, and she her cat talk to each other -- mentally, of course. The cat sounds a little like the cat from SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH. A tad far-fetched, and stretched to fill out a theatrical running time that it maybe didn't deserve, VISITORS will certainly appeal to anyone who has ever made a solo sojurn of any length and isolation. Similar to DEADCALM in an odd sort of way. Radha "Pitch Black" Mitchell gives a bravura performance as the lonely lass with the classy ass -- it doesn't hurt that she spends most of the flick in bra and panties or a very tiny bikini. She has one absolutely hysterical scene where she mocks her sponsor, a cosmetics company that forces her to change the name of her vessel to the company's name. Lots of flashbacks and at times her hallucinations result in an awful lot of people crowding aboard her tiny yacht. So the cast is considerably larger than one might expect for what is essentially a Robinson Crusoe-type of tale.
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