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Wound (2010)

Not Rated | | Fantasy, Horror | 26 July 2010 (Canada)
A supernatural horror film that explores the dark worlds of mental illness, incest, revenge and death. We follow Tanya as she searches for the mother she has never met - Susan who gave her ... See full summary »

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David Blyth

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David Blyth
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kate O'Rourke Kate O'Rourke ... Susan
Te Kaea Beri Te Kaea Beri ... Tanya
Campbell Cooley ... John
Sandy Lowe Sandy Lowe ... Mistress Ruth
Brendan Gregory ... Neil
Ian Mune ... Dr. Nelson
Maggie Tarver ... Dr Alice Weaver
Chrystal Ash Chrystal Ash ... Rosie
Matt Easterbrook Matt Easterbrook ... Mark
Omar Al-Sobky Omar Al-Sobky ... Crisis Team #1
Andy Sophocleous Andy Sophocleous ... Crisis Team #2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christina Cortesi Christina Cortesi ... Catwoman
Heath Mortlock Heath Mortlock ... D.J.
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A supernatural horror film that explores the dark worlds of mental illness, incest, revenge and death. We follow Tanya as she searches for the mother she has never met - Susan who gave her up for dead after being abused by her own father. Tanya returns from the dead to confront and possess Susan with all her deepest fears and desires, sending Susan into a state of madness and gore filled retribution. Written by Anonymous

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Some wounds don't heal. See more »

Genres:

Fantasy | Horror

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In the train carriage scene, the man whom Susan asks if he's seen her daughter is Derek Ward, the star of David Blyth's early films, Angel Mine (1978) and Circadian Rhythms (1976). See more »

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Master John: Start your lines!
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Straight from Homely Casting, Inc.
5 August 2011 | by BoloxxxiSee all my reviews

This movie is about issues of rape and incest (I guess). It is not mainstream movie-making. It looked to me like some independent experimental thing. It didn't follow the regular rules of film making (not the ones of movies I usually watch, anyway). Hell, it didn't follow the regular rules of time and space. I couldn't follow it. The scenes appeared surreal and random and I didn't know what any of it meant. What was symbolism? What was reality? After a while I didn't care anymore. To make matters worse, there are no babes in this movie; not one attractive sympathetic face. Since I didn't understand anything that was going on it would have been a consolation to have some nice-looking woman or women to look at. What if Olive Oyl were blond, middle-aged, and less attractive? --You'd have the lead in this movie. There was a scene where she was instructed to remove her blouse. I found myself saying, "Please..don't."

Possibly, this movie might have appeal for people who like and understand abstract art; you know, the type of picture, sculpture, or work most of the uninitiated (myself included) look at and ask, "What the hell is that?!!" In the case of this movie: "What the hell's going on?!!" I was wondering if a few joints before I viewed this thing would have helped (pot doesn't care about the usual order of things either). If you're brighter or dumber than I am you may like this movie. I don't know which scenario applies. I humbly accede to your better judgment. Love, Boloxxxi.


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Country:

New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 July 2010 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Wound - Beware the Beast See more »

Filming Locations:

Auckland, New Zealand

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ILA Films See more »
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