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John C. Reilly,
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In his "Spoken Word" concerts, Henry Rollins talked about how, he was very nervous about his nude scene and could not overcome his shyness. When he was finally able to complete the scene, he was relieved, then disappointed when it was such a brief shot in the final version of the film. See more »
Much of this movie falls somewhere between GHOST (1990) and the more surreal INCUBUS (1965), without any of the supernaturalism.
An owner of a remote farm has her home invaded by three dangerous convicts. There are times when the innocent farm owner is fully aware of the three invaders, and there are times when she seems completely unaware of their menacing presence. Just like an advanced Alzheimer's patient, she seems to easily and frequently forget that she is surrounded by ill-tempered criminals. Weird or surreal -- take your pick.
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