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The twisted tale of Kenneth, socially insecure technical writer who forms an obsessive relationship with "Nikki", an anatomically accurate silicone sex doll he orders over the Internet. ... See full summary »

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Kenneth Winslow
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The twisted tale of Kenneth, socially insecure technical writer who forms an obsessive relationship with "Nikki", an anatomically accurate silicone sex doll he orders over the Internet. Because of his experience with his new toy, Kenneth's life takes a turn for the better when his newfound romantic skills attract the attention of Lisa, a co-worker at his office. But when the doll's jealous personality invades his consciousness, Kenneth becomes trapped in a perverse triangle, torn between the dominating, silicone Nikki and the flesh-and-blood Lisa. Written by Anonymous

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Some people are just made for each other.


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Rated R for violence, sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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The kidnapping scene was the first to be shot. See more »

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When Kenneth is first holding the Modern Leisure Appliances postcard picture side up, we see on the underside some smaller pictures of different variations of the doll. When he turns it over, it bears only blank space and the MLA contact info. See more »

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Kenneth Winslow: Relationships come and go, but plastination is forever!
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Referenced in Nip/Tuck: Kimber Henry (2004) See more »

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Exquisitely depressing
28 April 2004 | by (chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

This film is very well written, directed, acted and executed. It contains some great humor. It works on multiple levels and has a lot of symbols (if Parigi was Lynch's pupil the master would be proud of him). However the film is very depressing, probably the most depressing I have seen in a while. And I being a big fan of dark comedies, do not get depressed easily.

I left the film in a very bad mood, a dire need of a strong drink and desire to see a silly comedy, action, romance - anything to get rid of the aftertaste...

I would recommend it to an emotionally stable connoisseur, though...


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