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In Chicago, the lonely Jamie works in the food laboratory of a company developing flavors with his best friend Wally. Jamie divorced from his wife a couple of months ago and misses his son. Jamie is on diet but after eating a chocolate, he becomes psychically connected to a beautiful woman, seeing through her eyes and feeling her sensations. Jamie falls in love for the stranger woman, until he witnesses her stabbing and killing her lover. His connection ends and Jamie becomes obsessed for the woman; using his memories, he discloses through the driving license of her car and some landscapes that the mysterious woman lives in Vancouver. Jamie travels to meet and help her and once in Canada, he finds that the dead man was a plastic artist and his beloved stranger is the model Catherine. Jamie tries to approach to Catherine with tragic consequences. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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25 November 2005 (USA)  »

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When Jamie is in his bed, he takes the book "Desperation" by Stephen King off his night stand. Director Mick Garris directed the TV version of Desperation (2006), in which Henry Thomas also stars. See more »


The camera operator is reflected in the shower head. See more »


Wally: Who knows, you might meet a rock 'n roll nymphomaniac.
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17 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I on the other hand thought Chocolate was a nice spin in the horror genre. Grant it, compared to what most people call a "horror movie" this was not in your face slashing or straight up gore, instead we have a story that dwells deeper into an individual tale about one's own fear and wants in life.

The acting compared to most horror movies was very good - don't know how the other post said bad acting, I saw something completely different. The cinematography on this movie was excellent! Being a cinematography major I thought that with this additive it helped the story flow better and wrap the viewer into what is on the screen.

Those wanting a good scare, will not find it in this movie - but does that mean it is not a horror movie? No! This movie is a horror movie just like the others selected for Masters of Horror, not all horror movies have to have a ton of blood and guts to have that title.

The thought of having your vision taken away at any moment and seeing through someone's else's eyes especially w/ what happens when the visions stop - who wouldn't be freaked out by seeing that. The way it was conveyed on screen leads you into the character more and for that I give thumbs up to Mr. Garris for providing a new twist and a story that really reels you in.

I hate when people are saying this series is not scary or not worth it

  • we are not going to see the "best" horror movies ever made folks,

just not going to happen w/ the budget and time line for shooting. But instead we get a great array of individual films by these directors to tell a tale how they so choose to tell it, without all the studio execs saying don't do this or do that. That to me is worth it and that is why I have loved watching this series so far.

Looking forward to more from this season and the next.

Nice work Mr. Garris!

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