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Ravenswan (2002)

An eccentric, ex-stage actor invites his ex-wife and her new husband - a theater critic - over for drinks at his home one evening. After poisoning the couple with a hallucinogenic chemical,... See full summary »

Director:

Ross Ruediger

Writer:

Ross Ruediger
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Cast

Cast overview:
Bill Gundry Bill Gundry ... Gavin Ravynswaan
Martha Dickman Martha Dickman ... Robin Hood
Guy Metzger Guy Metzger ... Eric Hood
Joe Glenn Leard Joe Glenn Leard ... Harris
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An eccentric, ex-stage actor invites his ex-wife and her new husband - a theater critic - over for drinks at his home one evening. After poisoning the couple with a hallucinogenic chemical, the three engage in bizarre games of cat-and-mouse until the sun rises. The only voice of reason appears to be the man's butler, Harris. Written by Ross Ruediger

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Leave Your Baggage at the Door.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 March 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

San Antonio, Texas, USA

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Budget:

$90,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Moody, Psychological, Sexy
29 May 2006 | by chrisduelSee all my reviews

Shot in moody, high contrast black and white, "Ravenswan" evokes psychological and erotic emotions in the viewer.

Ruediger's directorial debut shows great promise.

Bill Gundry is fascinating and complex as the title character.

Martha Dickman is alluring and engaging as Robin Hood.

Guy Metzger is believable as the quirky Eric Hood.

The late Joe Glenn Laird is funny and insightful as Harris.

Ruediger has made a name for himself in San Antonio. Not only in the film-making community, but also in the theatre.

Most recently, he has delved into the Blogging world and has appeared as "Sir Celluloid" on the radio.

Certainly, the sky is the limit for director Ruediger.

I'm looking forward to his next creative project.


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