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Noon Blue Apples (2002)

The diary of an occult novelist sends Eris, a young college student, on a journey into the paranormal and fantastic, evolving into a living nightmare of paranoia and terror.

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Jay Lee

Writer:

Jay Lee
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Lauren Fox ... Eris
Susan Greenhill Susan Greenhill ... Faith
Thomas Jay Ryan ... Zeus
Norbert Leo Butz ... Howard Philips
Tia Campbell ... Rosslyn Chapel
Kelly Cole Kelly Cole ... Goat-Boy
Renée Ratcliffe ... Paul
Betty Buckley ... Rose Kross
George Takei ... Radio Free World (voice)
Ann Kittredge Ann Kittredge ... C.I.A. Moderator
Kia Goodwin Kia Goodwin ... Tommi
Matthew Cowles ... Malfolio
Tovah Feldshuh ... Sponge-Brush Woman
Keith Perrin Keith Perrin ... Park Freak
Lee Holmes Lee Holmes ... Nefalous
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The diary of an occult novelist sends Eris, a young college student, on a journey into the paranormal and fantastic, evolving into a living nightmare of paranoia and terror.

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Thriller

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

January 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

New World Order See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Dodi Pictures, Scream HQ See more »
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Eris: I have a question? If you don't believe in God then why give any of this a second thought?
Zeus: Well, I believe in defying authority, and what greater authority is there to defy than God?
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the truth ain't here
4 April 2004 | by zimbean-4See all my reviews

Saw this at the Phoenix Film Festival .. it's essentially a college short gone horribly wrong and running far too long. Though the research into conspiracy theory here is admirable, the film's endless monologues do nothing more than say, "Look at all the research I did!" Nary a character has a motivation--save for the protagonist, whose only goal (aside from writing a term paper) is to listen to strange people rant and say spookily, "Are you ready for this?" Clearly the writer/director was aiming for something akin to Fincher's "The Game", but alas, unlike that film, there's no coherency to all the pontification and creepy side-glances in this mess, no method to support the madness. The truth is out there, but it ain't here.


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