A girl (Palmer) has a pigs heart flung at her chest by a mumbling old lady (Jackman) on the subway, she thinks she's been cursed. She slowly goes crazy and ends up killing someone. Was she really cursed or was she always crazy?
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A bored girl just visiting London and house sitting for a friend fills her days with watching TV, spraying graffitti all over the walls and walking around the city taking pictures. She is being bothered by a guy looking for her friend, who constantly forces his way in and refuses to leave. On the train back home form one of her excursions, she is set upon by a crazy old lady and ends up having a pigs heart flung at her chest. After this she becomes extremely ill and starts to go crazy. Has she been "cursed" or was she always crazy? Written by
For the "vomit" scene the director wanted absolute realism, so Iris Palmer had to drink a concoction of blended spaghetti bolognaise, milk and food coloring, then chase it with a mug of hot water, salt and lemon juice, inducing projectile vomiting. Watching the scene, a member of the Premiere screening fainted and had to be dragged to the bathroom to be revived. Also at the Premiere an audience member ran out crying and screaming when a very bloody scene came on. See more »
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