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Virtue (1999)

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Credited cast:
Jello Biafra ... VR Poker Dealer
Connie Champagne Connie Champagne ... Hundee
Leigh Crow Leigh Crow ... Handsome Prince (as Elvis Herselvis)
Robbie Daniels Robbie Daniels ... Human Pitbull #1
Deena Davenport Deena Davenport ... VR Waitress
Phillip R. Ford Phillip R. Ford ... Trip
Arturo Galster Arturo Galster ... Patsy Cline
Marck Menke Marck Menke ... Human Pitbull #2
Laura Milligan Laura Milligan ... Hundee
Daniel Pikus Daniel Pikus ... Human Pitbull #3 (as Mylar)
Timmy Spence Timmy Spence ... Dr. Pluto
Josh Stehlik Josh Stehlik ... Human Pitbull #4
Miss X Miss X ... Herself
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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Official Sites:

Margin Films

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 February 1999 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA

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Opening Weekend USA:

$1,199, 7 February 1999, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$5,403
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Imaginative low budget social/satirical mind warp
20 August 2004 | by mobiaSee all my reviews

Made over a number of years (at least 5), this film delves into the nature of virtual reality. While the topic was hot and novel when Ms. Obscura began the project, by 1999 many films had been released on this concept. Still her satiric campy take on the world of computer image addicts still packs some surprises and constantly dazzles the eyes with wild and colorful collages amid the black and white "real" world.

The story involves a strange woman with an odd accent (Hundee) who, after losing her boyfriend, seeks a virtual reality substitute (a "man chip" as she calls it). This pursuit leads her into the prurient world of image addicts who rely on chip pushers (the drug metaphor is obvious). For those acquainted with the San Francisco underground, there are many cameos by such luminaries as The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Jello Biafra and Elvis Herselvis. Beth Custer provides a bluesy score.


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