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The Anna Cabrini Chronicles (2005)

A Grandiose scale of composition, texture and sound through the experience of raw pain.

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Dr. Allen (as Andy Allen)
Maria Bringuez ...
Mrs. Young
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Jonathan Silver
Samantha Deane ...
Brooke Caldner
Sean Hart ...
Mother Cabrini Voice
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Leigh Hope Phillips ...
Anna Cabrini
Bryan Trujillo ...
Merrick Young
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A Grandiose scale of composition, texture and sound through the experience of raw pain.

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9 September 2005 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Hats off gentlemen, a genius!
17 October 2010 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

I have finally found a director who takes me to where Lynch and others do not dare to go - to that next level. If Lynch is a surrealist than Dorenfeld offers a kind of hyperreality that will challenge your senses

  • at times you will want to avert your eyes but you cannot and you


emerge from the experience of watching this movie with a sense of accomplishment - you have been exposed to something new and have in fact changed as a person because of this.

"Have you ever seen the darker birds . . .?" The director drops you into the abyss, into the lives and thoughts of 3 suicidal personages. For me, the Jonathan Silver character episode is the dark heart of this film - incredible acting by Michael Childers, really, an amazing performance with great direction, also a new form of cinematography - of voyeuristically probing zooms and camera angles - of the director's penetrating consciousness . I had dreamt of this sort of darkness, but I had never seen it, until now.

The other two episodes - Brooke, Merrick are also fascinating, at times unbearably emotionally wrenching and intercut with disturbing psychedelic pencil animations, etc. - this film is an amazing world that must be seen to be unbelieved.


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