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Dark Water (2001)

A psychological drama. It is the story of a young man who, through a series of surreal visions, comes to believe that he is a serial killer targeting pedophiles. The film explores the ... See full summary »

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G. Patrick Currie ... David Staller (as Gerry Currie)
Holly Ferguson ... Sam Staller
... Inspector Skallen (as Ron Sauve)
Kathleen Duborg ... Joan
Helen Graham ... Emma Staller
Kyla Natho ... Amber Grotovski
... Spencer
Tricia Maras ... Adele
... Chief Burk
Marek Wiedman ... Doctor Puett
... Art
Russell Ferrier ... Frank
... Kolya
Ivan Krapic ... Young David
Natasha Peck ... Young Sam
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A psychological drama. It is the story of a young man who, through a series of surreal visions, comes to believe that he is a serial killer targeting pedophiles. The film explores the consequences of someone taking action on such familiar impulses as "If any one of those creeps ever tried to touch one of my kids, I'd..." The killer is pursued by the unconventional Inspector Skallen, who champions the controversial new technique of geographic profiling. Written by Simpatico Pictures Inc.

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Muddy H2O
24 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw this film (?) on pay TV a while back, it had an interesting premise (serial killer offing child molestors - are they vigilantes or murderers?) but that was it. I think Alan Smithee could've directed something better than this. Very bad direction, if any, wooden high-school play acting, fight sequences where the punches don't even connect but still make contact noises, the worse was putting the executive producer in a supporting role, we know how she got her job, maybe they should've hired real actors, I see the director is an actor, let's hope he stays with the acting cause directing sure isn't his calling... plus how do you take any psychological thriller seriously when the chief of police has lines like "we have a serial, and I am not talking Captain Crunch" puh-leeez!


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