A man is saved form a loan shark by a psychopathic female dog owner, who wants him as a pet. / Happy housewife Kate is targeted by a mysterious relentless thug for seemingly no reason.

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Amanda (segment "The Doghouse")
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Barry (segment "The Doghouse")
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Christopher (segment "The Doghouse")
Anaya Farrell ...
Lady in Green (segment "Still Life")
Michelle Hart ...
Jenny (segment "Still Life")
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Officer Barnes (segment "Still Life")
Brian Jensen ...
Man in White (segment "Still Life")
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Man in Blue (segment "Still Life")
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Wendy (segment "Still Life")
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Himself - Host
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David Morris (segment "Still Life")
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Kate Morris (segment "Still Life")
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Barry is a struggling musician, who's being hounded by a murderous loan shark, because the shark thinks Barry has the money his musician friend owes him. He beats up Barry badly, but Barry manages to stop a passing car and the driver, veterinarian technician Amanda, helps him escape and takes him in for a few days until things cool down. Her two pet dobermans seem friendly enough and help Barry feel safe. He even tries to kiss Amanda, but she politely stops him. However, the shark eventually locates him somehow, and breaks into the house. That's when the dogs show their true nature. Barry begins to realize that he might have jumped from the frying pan into the fire.

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30 August 2001 (Canada)  »

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The Perfect Jailbreak
21 February 2010 | by (brooklyn NY) – See all my reviews

**SPOILERS** It's as if overnight Kate Morris', Mare Winningham, peaceful suburban life turned into a urban nightmare. Nothing seemed to be real for Kate in that she's being tormented by people who just pop up out of nowhere and then disappear just as mysteriously. It gets so bad that Kate's husband David, Peter Wingfield, seriously suspects that she's losing her mind and needs immediate psychiatric care. There's these three mysterious people the Men in Blue & White, Taras Kostyuk & Brian Jensen, as well as Women in Green, Anaya Farrell, who are either trying to outright murder Kate or induce her to drop dead of sheer fright!

It's as if the persons tormenting Kate are from some other dimension that she came from and want to bring her back there! Kate's paranoia also cause her 7 year-old daughter Wendy, Kristen Prout, to flee the Morris residence and stay over at a friends house in fear that her mom has completely gone bonkers and may end up hurting if not killing her if she stays! Kate for her part tries to keep herself together but those mysterious persons constantly harassing and threatening her, by telling Kate there here to take her back, never seem to go away!

***SPOILER*** It's just when Kate brakes away and escapes from those who are trying to "Bring her back home" that she finally realizes what all these nightmarish visions that she's been having are really all about! Kate has escaped from her shadowy and violent past the only way she knew how and it's that past that's trying to bring her back to face the music for what she did there. And the only way Kate can prevent that from happening is to keep herself in a state of perpetual suspended animation or in a deep coma in order to keep the long arm of the law from catching up with her! And in the end despite all the efforts of the hospital staff to keep her conscious and alive Kate in fact achieves her goal!


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