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Raspberry Heaven (2004)

A brother and sister's tormented past becomes a detective's obsession, a psychologist's nightmare, and a forgotten soldier's personal war.



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Credited cast:
Angie Callaway
Kurt Callaway
Michael Elich ...
Detective Alex Purdue
Dr. Nathan Andrews
Richard Elmore ...
Mick Callaway
Allie Lamson
Robin Goodrin Nordli ...
Amy Purdue
Tyler Gannon ...
Alexis Purdue
Catherine Rowe ...
Linda Andrews
Chief Harvey Lichton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Light guy
Traber Burns ...
Terry DiSilva ...
Officer Delaney
Charlie Kimball ...
Officer O'Brien


Angie has flashbacks while working with the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon. She replays her tormented past through a sexual encounter with an actor that becomes angry and assaultive. Her brother Kurt watches from the closet. Angie attacks him, then turns her anger inward and attempts suicide. Detective Purdue investigates the crime scene. When his search turns up drug paraphernalia and a large stash of money, Purdue pursues the case. His interest in the case is exacerbated by the recent suicide of his daughter from a drug overdose. Angie is placed under the psychiatric care of Nathan Andrews, a clinical psychologist. Andrews tries to make sense of Angie's intrapsychic world, while Purdue relentlessly pursues the criminal case. What the two gradually unravel in Angie's and Kurt's history draws them both in beyond the boundaries of their professions. Angie's and Kurt's past catches up with them. Mick Callaway, their stepfather, stalks the young victimized innocents, seeking ... Written by David Oas

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No one escapes what they cannot control or forgive in themselves.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, sexual content, some drug use and language


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10 September 2004 (USA)  »

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$400,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Intriguing psychological thriller
7 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

This was a really smart indie thriller. Kept my interest throughout with many faceted characters revealing more and more apparently contradictory events in their collective pasts. Well cast with great ensemble interplay. DRESSED TO KILL set in the Pacific Northwest! The look of it was obviously well thought out and thematically consistent. Hard to do in the low budget indie world. Wonder what else this Oas guy's got in store for us. When character drives plot so effectively one has to wonder if he can top this intelligent adult-themed work. One has to hope he'll keep it up. M. Night watch out, Oas is gaining on you. In this film you never know what you know until it's too late! The switch overs just keep on coming. Every word and action counts.

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