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Stuart Bliss (1998)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Thriller | 18 April 1998 (USA)
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Stuart Bliss is a marketing genius for surplus military materials. When his wife Janet packs her bags and leaves for unknown destination, he starts to see signs of apocalypse everywhere.

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... Stuart Bliss
... Janet / Katerina
... Mover
... Carl Plummerson
... Reverend Walmsley
Ania Suli ... Grandmother
Charlotte Booker ... Cleaning Lady
Ken Earl ... Jehovah's Unite Man
... Neighbor
... Larry
Jonathan Lutz ... Man in Truck
Kerrie Clark ... Infomercial Woman #1
Wendy Rolfe Evered ... Infomercial Woman #2 (as Wendy Rolfe)
Adam Teichman ... Man in Lab Coat
Gregory Littman ... Man in Lab Coat #2
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Stuart Bliss is a marketing genius for surplus military materials. When his wife Janet packs her bags and leaves for unknown destination, he starts to see signs of apocalypse everywhere. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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Стюарт Блисс  »

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In the pamphlet given to Stuart by the Jehovah's Witnesses, a headline reads, "The Four Horsemen: How Their Ride Effects You!" Since "Effects" is being used as a verb, it should be spelled with an A, not an E. See more »

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[Installing surveillance camera in coffee room at work.]
Tom: Businesses like ours lose a lot of money because of inefficiency.
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Black comedy at its best. Loved it!
2 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

Stuart Bliss is so funny, and in a very dark way. The filmmakers are especially successful because they weave the tail by planting these ideas early on that pay off later on and in totally believable ways. But they never let us off the hook. We are constantly wondering, are the things happening to Stuart really happening, or only in Stuart's mind. They mine the idea that perception is reality with hilarious implications. I recommend seeing STUART BLISS more than once in order to get all the subleties offered by the filmmakers. Great to see such an inventive, original movie.


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