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The Road from Erebus (2000)

A young man's obsession with a mysterious woman unleashes the psychotic rage of her abusive ex-lover/foster father and the seductive manipulation of her jealous alter ego. The woman's ... See full summary »

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David Sporn

Writer:

David Sporn
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brenda Price ... Helen, Roxanne and Annie
D. James Reynolds D. James Reynolds ... Barry Atman
Morton Hall Millen Morton Hall Millen ... Clootie
Paige Balitski Paige Balitski ... Elan Alms
Lesley Morris Lesley Morris ... Maya
Robert Pemberton Robert Pemberton ... Curator
Evan Lai ... Hoang
Jeff Paul ... Mr. Upton
James DeSalvo James DeSalvo ... Mr. Henning
Christine Murray Christine Murray ... Young Helen
Keely Barr Keely Barr ... Teen Helen
Jason Crain ... 1st Friend
Joe Capozzi ... 2nd Friend
Mark Belasco ... 3rd Friend (as Mark Hartmann)
Yana Alexander Yana Alexander ... Girl in Hallway
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A young man's obsession with a mysterious woman unleashes the psychotic rage of her abusive ex-lover/foster father and the seductive manipulation of her jealous alter ego. The woman's shocking secret involves them all in a desperate confrontation that takes place as much inside their own minds as in the physical world, where they must fight for their lives. Written by Anonymous

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Some secrets are better left unknown.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 September 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O dromos gia tin Kolasi See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Color (Technicolor)
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Elan Alms: I don't believe in admiring things to much. Experience it, incorporate it and move on.
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Good debut, fine lead performance
11 February 2003 | by IITBLWDCSee all my reviews

Caught this on tape through a friend. Well worth a look, especially for the lead performance of Brenda Price who traverses four distinct roles with pathos, humor, and aplomb. Kudos to writer/director David Sporn for a good time overall.

Keith


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