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First of a Trilogy: In a New York ravaged with acid rains, a man in his twenties meets a mysterious, yet familiar young woman who disrupts the banality of his day-to-day existence. Together, they will embark on a surreal journey with a devastating climax. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Adam Plotch ... Adam Zarrasky
Talia Rubel ... Lily Zarrasky
Diane Spodarek ... Krista Zarrasky
Jeff Pucillo ... Nick
Limor Shopen ... Monica Zaister

Stu Richel ... Bill Harris

Leila J. Babson ... Doris, the baglady
Mariana Moratona ... Drunk woman
Stephanie Sloane ... Laura Zaister
Sarah Brensinger ... Alice
Peter Brensinger ... Evil boy
Ed Band ... Priest
Stephanie Wang ... Reporter#2
Paul De Sousa ... Bar manager
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ilanit Benjamin ... Girl by the sea
Andrea Brizzi ... Vasil Zarrasky
Anna Cody ... Reporter#3
Miguel Coyula ... Man at the zoo
Milan Coyula ... Baby on TV
Suzana Dejkanovic ... Mother on TV
Kira Goldstein ... Reporter#1
James Hollands ... William Zaister
Joelle Levine ... Reporter#4
Aaron Olivo ... Waiter
Ruby Pucillo ... Baby
Wendy Pucillo ... Mother
Nestor Vázquez ... Dancer

Directed by
Miguel Coyula 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Miguel Coyula  writer

Produced by
Miguel Coyula .... producer
Suzana Dejkanovic .... executive producer
Steve Pieczenik .... executive producer
Adam Plotch .... executive producer
Original Music by
Miguel Coyula 
Cinematography by
Miguel Coyula 
Film Editing by
Miguel Coyula 
Sound Department
Miguel Coyula .... sound mixer
Miguel Coyula .... sound
Special Effects by
Miguel Coyula .... special effects
Jose Manuel Cruz Irzaga .... special effects crew
Fernando Morlans .... special effects crew
Animation Department
Patricia Quintero .... animator
Other crew
Ron Blair .... production consultant
Larry Alton .... special thanks
Marta Aquino .... special thanks
Yolanda Brugueno .... special thanks
Barbara Cohen .... special thanks
Mario Coyula .... special thanks
Dorota Dejkanovic .... special thanks
Dragan Dejkanovic .... special thanks
Stephen Dembitzer .... special thanks
Luciana Fernandes .... special thanks
Maish Freedman .... special thanks
Leopoldine Gorret .... special thanks
Jill Hamberg .... special thanks
Pablo Hernandez .... special thanks
Aldon James .... special thanks
Sasa Jokic .... special thanks
Horacio Kaufman .... special thanks
Lex Lalli .... special thanks
David W. Leitner .... special thanks
Sandra Levinson .... special thanks
Christian A. Lopez .... special thanks
Adi Lubeski .... special thanks
Bob Mayers .... special thanks
Pedro G. Millo .... special thanks
Alexander Nedelkovic .... special thanks
Luis Novo .... special thanks
Trey Parker .... special thanks
Batia Plotch .... special thanks
Bob Rhodes .... special thanks
Irma Sandrey .... special thanks
Mohammed D. Sharaf .... special thanks
Greg Spotts .... special thanks
Anna Strasberg .... special thanks
Bette Wanderman .... special thanks
Ted Zurkowski .... special thanks

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82 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Japan:R-18 (theatrical rating) | UK:18R (film festival rating) | USA:Unrated

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Shot mostly on Sundays over the course of a year.See more »
Bill Harris:I was imagining what you'd look like sitting on my face without your panties...
Lily Zarrasky:Well, I'd be happy to cut off your breathing.
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3 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Disgusting with or without insects, 31 July 2007
Author: sexytail from Olympia, WA

It's the future again and the world is screwed up again. It seems acid rain is mutating people and a company called DNA 21 is staging a cover-up, but none of that is really much in focus as the plot concerns an unattractive guy falling in love/lust with an unattractive girl. He lives in an apartment in NYC and become his new roommate. I've only just finished watching the movie and already I find it hard to talk about the plot because there pretty much isn't one. In short, "Red Cockroaches" is a zero budget sci-fi dystopian incest movie.

People have been making a lot of noise over the visuals in this film. What they actually added up to were a few futuristic aircraft tossed into shots of the city and a few badly staged shots of the mutated red cockroaches of the title. Special effects included the movie looked like crap. The fact that the film had no budget does not change the fact that the movie is ugly. I'll admit it looks a trifle better than a zero budget movie, but that's the same as saying the CG looks bad enough for an expensive movie of ten years earlier.

There is little to be said. The two leads are ugly and their characters behave in ugly ways. It isn't a profound tragedy and it doesn't really have any good dark humor. The "story"'s unpleasant resolution doesn't teach us anything new. Come to think of it I haven't been this hard up to say something nice about a movie since I saw Brian Yuzna's "Faust". Both are thorough-going cinematic sadism.

The DVD featured another short film from the director, Miguel Coyula. The short film is also poorly paced, unpleasant and pointless. Why this guy is making movies is beyond me. The package says this film is the winner of "20 film festival awards worldwide", which makes me wonder is that many film festivals give out a last place award. This whole review has sounded cruel and negative so I'll close on the same note and say I'd have been happier watching an Uwe Boll movie.

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