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Nikolas
Mae Moreno ...
Marlene
Kevin Sean Michaels ...
The Man with the Big Heart
Eric Fleming ...
Moe
Donald Lee Purnell ...
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Nate Kampf ...
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Ken Cravens ...
Darius
Katarina Schmoranzer ...
Love
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Danielle
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In the city of Los Angeles, millions of lives intersect everyday, but each individual is still isolated from the whole. A number of strange incidents occur to four men and four women, just as their own lives begin to spiral out of control. Surrounded by con artists, frauds, drug addicts, and homeless people, a story starts to form in a screenwriter's head. Little does he know, his characters seem to have come to life as well. Things takes a surprise turn, as these LA residents find themselves locked into a mystery together. While relating to quantum mechanics, our own spiral galaxy, and the struggle of human existence, an urban love story grows out of the vine of disconnection. Written by Bloodshot Pictures

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January 2010 (France)  »

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A Spiral State  »

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$192,000 (estimated)
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In A Spiral State
8 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is like old time radio meets art-house... It is a mind trip and a seamless experimental bit of madness!!! Probably one of the first noise films with an actual plot. Ten people did not sit in a room and try to discuss whether or not you would like this film, but the makers probably made it for themselves. If you don't get the film you probably get board with yourself a lot or are indoctrinated into the stereotypical BS Hollywood advertisement film. It is not a point A to point B Mary Kate and Ashley film, but a film that asks the viewer to put themselves into a situation that is not clearly defined. The special effects are non traditional and the music is very transcendental. Ramsi Abed may be a bit of an Egoist in some of the scenes asking a lot of the audience's patience, but any film maker should be... This is not a film for the weak minded.


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