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Trevor is a young man who has been sentenced to a long stay in a mental hospital after brutally killing his girlfriend. However, the longer Trevor is in stir, the more he wonders if the murder ever really happened, or if it's all just a horrible fantasy implanted in his brain by Dr. Ek, the sinister director of the asylum.Written by
In one scene Seth Green's character Douglas must deliver a five-page monologue about paranoia to Andras Jones' bewildered Trevor. Director Kasten felt that the only way to express the scene's complexities was to shoot the monologue in one continuous shot, moving constantly throughout the ballroom-sized game room in circles. Kasten rehearsed Green for three days in the room where they would be shooting; pulling Green on a predetermined path through the room and slowly increasing the tempo on a metronome set to a waltz rhythm. See more »
Near the end when Trevor and Faith are making love, you can see the actor is wearing a flesh-tone g-string. As they are sitting and talking in the follow scene, you can see the "string" part on his hips. See more »
Trevor, you got to get me out of here, I don't know what's happening to me. I can't tell you who I am because my can't remember a damn thing. My mind is all fucked up in this damn puppet head, but I swear to you as God is my witness, I am not this guy's hand!
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Promising in some ways. It looks like it might go somewhere - until the last half hour, which becomes increasingly unpleasant and confusing, climaxing in an arrogant or incompetent refusal to explain and fill in the loose ends. The performances and photography are quite competent. Unfortunately, it all collapses like a schizoid house of cards at the end. When it works, it feels like a combination of Suspiria and Jacob's Ladder.
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