A confused and tormented young man (known only as "The Patient") relates his dreams and memories to a mysterious and sadistic doctor. As The Patient dives deeper into his mental landscape he discovers a shocking truth.




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Cast overview:
Damien Sage ...
The Patient
Braden West ...
The Brother
Tiffany Titmouse ...
The Sister
Kurtwood Jones ...
The Patient (Age 12)
Bruce Delrich ...
The Brother (Age 10)
Iza Rose ...
The Sister (Age 14)
Aeryn Suin ...
The Specialist
Mychael Valentine ...
The Assassin
Artemicion Zirconia ...
The Lover
Bob Frezza ...
The Son
Maximillian Magick ...
The Doctor


A confused and tormented young man (known only as "The Patient") must relive painful dreams and nightmares on a daily basis. The Patient's "treatment" is overseen by a mysterious and sadistic doctor who is not only forcing these total recall sessions on The Patient, but also testing a mind expanding drug on him called "Psychotropica". As the Patient continues to dive deeper and deeper into the wilds of his subconscious mind he comes to realize many horrible truths and shocking twists. Written by Sergio Mauroforte

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13 July 2009 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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This film has been in production for nearly 5 years. Director Damien Sage began filming segments for it at age 19. Actors would come and go and skills would be sharpened over the passage of time. Finally, in July 2008 Sage was able to nail down a consistent (and talented) crew and cast to complete the project. Filled with renewed vigor and drive they usurped and pooled together all of their collective free time and effort to finishing the film. 8 months later they completed principal photography. The film is now in post production, finishing special effects, editing and score. See more »


The Patient: Baby brother, you have a nasty habit of taking things that are mine.
The Brother: You have a nasty habit of surviving.
The Patient: Well, you know what they say about the fittest and all?
The Patient: Where's sissy?
The Brother: Dead. Two years ago.
The Patient: How?
The Brother: In bed. She screwed herself to death.
The Patient: [laughs] It's how she always wanted to go... How bout you?
The Brother: Personally a free fall from 25,000 feet. A halo jump. Chute not opening. Kersplat.
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A great film
5 March 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I should start by saying I know Damien Sage so this review might be slightly biased. Psychotropica (2009) is a great film. A little hard for me to understand in parts because I am only 20. It is an amazing visual experience full of interesting messages about life and how screwed up someone can become due to the influences of others. My favorite scene was the 80's horror movie inspired scene. Without giving much away it made me laugh and was very amusing. Much of the film made me laugh but there are some disturbing parts. This film is not for children. Overall I loved this film and would recommend it to anyone over the age of 18. - Matt.

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