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Centaur (2011)

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A man makes a video journal about his plan to commit a murder of revenge.

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An unidentified man makes a video journal about his plan to commit a murder of revenge. At the same time, he also shares his memories of his girlfriend, Jennifer, by making the video in a way that mirrors a gift she gave him just before she died. This mysterious story of lost love and redemption was filmed in and around San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. Written by C and L Info

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A journal of murder, an attempt at magic.

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Drama | Mystery

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3 June 2011 (USA)  »

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The original screenplay was written in the form of a journal with the same number of days, thirty-three, as the main character's plan for organizing and carrying out the murder. See more »

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a grieving man documents his plot for revenge and in doing so, confronts his own questions about what he himself did to kill love.
2 January 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a smart lean masculine plot with deliciously unexpected eccentricity and sensuality. I find it so rewarding and refreshing to watch a film that has been so very well written. It's dense and intense and yet it never feels weighted. JP Allen tells a varied well constructed story from the perspective of a quirky grieving character whose personality I haven't actually ever heard from before. JP continues to make films that prove you don't need a large budget to tell a fantastic story. A great one for new film makers to watch: this is what can be done. The film is a visual love letter to San Francisco. The performances are intelligent and memorable. I've seen this film twice.


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