Mr. Ashburn, the undertaker, comes to a small town to buy a theater and turn it into a funeral home. Every Friday he goes to the local bar to celebrate the end of the week. A lonely man, he... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Frank Burns ...
Sir Louz Ehr
Michael Dura ...
Undertaker
Tomas Dura ...
Lavrenty
Anna Los ...
Mademoiselle Courtie Zaan
Dugan McShain ...
Bar man
Shannon Meyerhoff
Mauri Walton ...
Kornelia
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Mr. Ashburn, the undertaker, comes to a small town to buy a theater and turn it into a funeral home. Every Friday he goes to the local bar to celebrate the end of the week. A lonely man, he meets there lonely habitués who sit silently at their tables, immersed in their dreams. Late at night when the darkness seizes the town they leave the bar, the undertaker is left alone, and he begins to have nightmares about the town and its people. Written by V. Ulea

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His loneliness becomes his nightmare

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14 April 2004 (USA)  »

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$1,000 (estimated)
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Just terrible
6 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Basically, nothing really happens in this movie. The undertaker walks into the bar & looks around at various people, and we see titles that tell us some inane little story about them. But no one ever says anything, or does anything. There's not even a voice-over! The characters just stand (or sit) there and let the titles tell the tale.

At the end, there's a ridiculous sequence where everything is floating around, with the main character standing in the middle of it all. But what was the point?

The music was annoying, and the constant references to "Romeo & Juliet" were insipid. The whole thing is a study in pretentiousness.


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