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Andrey Iskanov's Ingression (2010)

After his wife Lucy walks out on him, Alexander tries to seek solace in alcohol and drugs, but the pain just won't go away. He is given the address of a mysterious man who claims to have ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Alexandra Batrumova ... Drug Dealer's Girlfriend
Anna Bistrova ... The Black Mother #2
Andrew Copp ... TV News Announcer (voice)
Alexander Daveynis ... Man in Black on Street #3
Vladislav Grishakov ... Man in Black on Street #1
Svyatoslav Iliyasov ... Alex
Andrey Iskanov ... Victor
Roman Kim ... The voice of Alex (voice)
Anna Kollerova ... The voices of The Black Mothers (voice)
Manoush ... Lucy
Victor Mironenko ... Man in Black on Street #2
Nadejda Polyakova ... The Black Mother #3
Alexander Shevchenko ... TV News Announcer
Victor Silkin ... The Alchemist
Dmitriy Skripnik ... The Killer
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After his wife Lucy walks out on him, Alexander tries to seek solace in alcohol and drugs, but the pain just won't go away. He is given the address of a mysterious man who claims to have the answer; a strange, powerful narcotic that will take away his anguish. Alexander can't take any more so he visits the dealer and is given the drug. For a while he feels fine, life is good again, until he realizes that shadowy figures are pursuing him. He tries to escape but there is no hiding from the Ingression. Written by Andrey Iskanov

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Manoush did her part in English, German and Russian language but since her Russian came with such a heavy accent it's only partially used in the Russian version and had to be partially replaced by English as well. See more »

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More Madness from Andrey
8 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

Like a previous reviewer said, if you liked Andrey's previous efforts, you will like Ingression as well. I thought it was more akin to Nails than any of the other films. This is Andrey's love letter to the Giallo. The lighting effects are very effective in conveying a overall sense of dread. The action sequences are probably Andrey's most accomplished yet. The bizarre science fiction premise is thoroughly entertaining. There is even a Cthulhu/Legend of the Overfiend type rape scene. I cannot imagine why this film has yet to find distribution, fans of the bizarro world of Iskanov are sure to eat his latest offering up and come back for seconds. Of course, I am not entirely surprised that it hasn't received a release since most distributors would rather play it safe by offering the same regurgitated garbage than offering something completely original. If you find yourself lucky enough to have the opportunity to see Andrey Iskanov's Ingression, make sure that opportunity does not pass you by.


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