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I Died (2004)

Not Rated | | 24 January 2004 (USA)
Four Seattle roommates and two girlfriends find themselves at odds with each other. This time someone has taken matters into their own hands and has killed the main character in the first ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Lisa Bloch ...
Courtney
Bill Calvert ...
Nick
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Medic
Eero Johnson ...
Medic 1
Dustin Jones ...
Chris
Kevin Alan Moore ...
Shane (as Kevin Moore)
Will O'Lennick ...
Eric
Rebecca Osman ...
Sandy
Elizabeth Parr ...
Medic 2
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Four Seattle roommates and two girlfriends find themselves at odds with each other. This time someone has taken matters into their own hands and has killed the main character in the first minute of the film. Robin Mills is murdered the moment she opens the door. Her ghost haunts the house in an attempt the find some peace. Filmed entirely from Robin's point of view, we are given a unique perspective from which to learn about the cast of characters. Written by Marc Atwood

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A haunting disguised as a murder mystery.

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Not Rated
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$15,000 (estimated)
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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.78 : 1
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Avoid At All Costs!
5 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

I just saw this film at the Phoenix Film Festival. Without much ado, I can only say it was, by far, the worst film accepted for competition in the festival. I promised out of respect for the filmmakers I wouldn't walk out of any films. I got about a half an hour through this garbage and stormed out. Completely amateurish, stupid, tedious and unlikeable. Good marketing hook though. The one tracking shot thing worked for "Russian Ark," and it got me to want to see this, but don't let it fool you like it did me. Even the director of the film said he was afraid it would never screen at a film festival b/c he thought no one would like it. He was half-right. It screened twice and literally everyone I talked to agreed it was the worst in the entire festival. How it managed to get picked amongst 600 films submitted is beyond me. If the main protagonist hadn't already been a ghost, I would have wanted all the characters to die horrible deaths so they would leave the screen, but even that was impossible. So, in a way, watching this film was a fate worse than death. Films like these are the reason I don't go to festivals much. If this film is somehow accepted into another festival and merges into one near you, take my advice and skip it. I feel sorry for anyone involved in this production or who had to sit through it. 0/10


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