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Sculpture (2009)

An aspiring artist is commissioned to create a life-size sculpture of some perfect men, but soon finds herself spiraling down a path of unspeakable psychopathic terror and murder as she frantically tries to complete her masterpiece.

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Ashley Steele
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Emily Porter (as Misty Mundae)
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Adam Steele
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Rose Steele
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Art Gallery Curator
Michael R. Thomas ...
Father Frank
John Bonavia ...
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Brandi Thokey ...
Young Ashley
Nick Giorgio ...
Young Adam
Austin Dossey ...
David
Jeremy Mulkey ...
Blake
David Gilkey ...
Sal / Ashley's Sculpture
Max Wettstein ...
Vince
Anthony Catanzaro ...
Ryan
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An aspiring artist who returns home after the death of her father only to find the haunting memories of her childhood. She is commissioned to create a life-size sculpture of some perfect men, but soon finds herself spiraling down a path of unspeakable psychopathic terror and murder as she frantically tries to complete her masterpiece. Written by Pete Jacelone

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Your worst nightmare is her greatest work of art.

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A well sculptured production
17 November 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The main features of the independent movie scene which attract me more than the celebrity dominated, hyped up, big bucks mainstream output are the little gems of films produced in the indie sector. These productions are often based on original ideas involving a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and skill by all concerned - actors, actresses, directors, producers and crew - despite financial limitations. Sculpture starring Raine Brown, Misty Mundae (aka Eric Brown) and Dustin Kerns falls perfectly into this category.

Raine is a talented actress who has displayed tremendous versatility through her involvement in over 30 films - many in leading roles. She has certainly made intelligent use of the experience gained to the extent that I am confident that whenever I view a film, in which Raine has a prominent role, satisfaction is guaranteed. In Sculpture, she portrays a young artist with a split personality whose mood swings between joy and pleasure to torment. When in the grips of the latter, she adopts the attitude of a demented, piranha fish. In order to make her point, she displays great multi-tasking ability by weaving an attractive spiders web to entice victims and then skilfully utilising an array of DIY and Kitchen implements and ornaments.

The viewer's curiosity regarding the possible appearance of the show-stopping Sculpture is raised immediately in the opening sequence and as the film progressed I was constantly speculating on what the finished article would look like. The opening scenes also contain brief flashbacks which provide sufficient initial background detail before plunging the viewer into the main thread of the storyline. Further details of the past are then neatly presented in further flashback sequences as the present day events unfold. These flashbacks are just adequate and not overdone in this entertaining and interesting film.

Two other actors with substantial roles in the film are Misty Mundae and Dustin Kerns. I have seen Misty's name mentioned previously but this was the first viewing of her in a film. She certainly attracts attention with her effervescent screen personality and mischievous look on this occasion. Dustin is a young actor who was in the Bollywood film 'New York' which starred a couple of my favourite actors from that genre namely Katrina Kaif and John Abraham


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