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He Never Died (2015)

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Jack, a social outcast, is thrust out of his comfort zone when the outside world bangs on his door and he can't contain his violent past.

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Steve (as David Richmond Peck)
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Short
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Alex
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Bartender
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Ben
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Derrick
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Flying Man
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Jack's in a rut. Depression and severe anti-social behavior has whittled down his existence to sleeping and watching television. He spends his days in a diner, playing church bingo and sleeping. When some hired thugs show up Jack's life is stirred up and the question of his existence comes to light. Written by Anonymous

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It's hard to live when you can't die. See more »


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Rated R for bloody violence and language throughout | See all certifications »

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18 December 2015 (USA)  »

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Ele Nunca Morre  »

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In one scene, Jack takes out an ancient knife and reads an inscription from it: "Legi convictio scientia veritate", which means, "knowledge of the law, conviction of the truth." See more »

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Right before the fight in the diner, Cara pours coffee over Jack's hand which is covering the opening of his mug because he does not want coffee. His right hand is resting under the table. The camera cuts to a different angle, and we see Jack take his *right* hand from the general location of the mug's top, then he shakes it as if trying to rid it of spilled coffee. See more »

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Cara: I don't know what you don't understand about this. I refuse, okay? You're probably just going to kill another room full of people.
Jack: [shakes his head noncommittally]
Cara: You are?
Jack: Probably.
Cara: Come on!
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Written by Lea Thomas & John Thayer
Performed by Sri
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The perfect role for Rollins
24 December 2015 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

I am a big fan of Henry Rollins ever since he was rocking on MTV, but in this film he outdid himself. I cannot imagine a more perfect role for him than this grumpy indestructible man who just wants to be left alone... for your sake.

But it isn't only that. The script made me think of many things and very often made me laugh out loud. Maybe I loved the film so much because I identify with the character, but in so many ways it is a deconstructive story, and I always like what makes me question the way things are and makes me think on how they could or even should be.

Rollins doesn't seem to need to act, he just shows up, but look at the films he chose to be in: Feast, Suck and this to top them off. The movie is one of those rare art pieces where you enjoy every part of the story, every line of dialogue and you don't give a rat's ass about special effects or production values. I loved the movie!


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