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Nightmare (2005)

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A director is forced to make a movie chronicling the horrific murders he believes he is committing.

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Jason Scott Campbell
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Richard Daniel Cohen ...
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A director is forced to make a movie chronicling the horrific murders he believes he is committing.

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Rated R for strong violent content, language and brief sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »
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Quite a fresh and interesting quickie.
18 April 2012 | by (www.martsander.com) – See all my reviews

Whatever the artistic qualities of this film, I have to say that it has (at least) one redeeming point: it is a very interesting watch. One can only wander, what it would look like, had the director secured a hollywoodian budget for this project where poverty is occasionally visible, even though well masked. It is quite lynchian and just like with most every Lynch film, you find yourself enjoying the going-ons immensely, yet at the same time being deeply afraid that the ending will fail to produce a satisfactory solution. In this case, the film doesn't just end in coitus interruptus (a technique that makes Lynch very irritating) but does offer an 'instant satisfaction', that unrolls during the last 1 minute or so. Yet, as with all things instant, after the first rapture has evaporated, the whole thing seems somewhat silly and artificial. Nevertheless, the film captivated me, kept me guessing and was a very good way to spend 1,5 hours.


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