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Director Robert Beaucage has impeccable vision. His monster romance film, Spike, is one of the most visually gorgeous films I have ever seen. A BEAUTIFUL monster romance film - now that's something viewers rarely get a chance to enjoy. Unexpected, touching and filled with visual art. Spike proves that direction and design are non contingent upon funding. After seeing Spike, I'd be interested in seeing what Robert Beaucage does with any script. His visual direction will surely define his future film projects.
There were two exceptional actors in the film. "Spike", played by Edward Gusts, was given difficult, prose-inspired dialogue - an educated monster, if you will - and he handled it with ease. The most touching moment of his performance was what I perceive to be his improvised lamenting at the end of the film . And "His Sister" played by Anna-Marie Wayne, was passionate and so adept at creating her side of the lesbian relationship she was in, I believed every utterance she offered to her girlfriend. These two actors did wonderful jobs and I look forward to seeing their work in the future.
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