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The Green Fairy (2016)

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An intense docudrama that tells the history of Absinthe and the mystical creature that possess it. It delves into the lives of the famous artists and how it changed them.

Director:

Dan Frank

Writers:

Daniel Celestina, Caroline Posada (assistant writer)
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Credited cast:
Mindy Robinson ... Green Fairy
Richard Grieco ... Narrator
Roddy Piper ... Oscar Wilde
Manu Intiraymi ... Robert Ross
Ashley Laurence ... Rachel
Linda Blair ... Mrs. Lanfrey
Trevor Snarr ... Vincent van Gogh
Casey T. Evans ... Jean Lanfrey
Joshua Fredric Smith ... Paul Gauguin
Samantha Hon Samantha Hon ... Green Demon
Leng Yein Leng Yein ... Green Goddess
Robert Miano ... Schwyzerdutsch
Jeffery Davis Jeffery Davis ... Dr. Pierre Ordinaire
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rene Michelle Aranda ... Mrs. Ferrer
Juan Gazpar Ascencio Juan Gazpar Ascencio ... Drunk Guy 2
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An intense docudrama that tells the history of Absinthe and the mystical creature that possess it starting in the 1700s. It delves into the lives of the famous artists and how it changed them. The trail it blazed is covered in great detail, right up to the point when it was banned around the world. Written by Blogmonstermike. wordpress.com

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absinthe | reenactment | See All (2) »


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USA | Switzerland | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Couvet, Switzerland See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Tasteful, educational doc.
5 June 2016 | by araknidz-1See all my reviews

I had the opportunity view this film back in February, and it was quite a pleasant surprise. The movie documents actual facts about Absinthe and does not play on the myths we have all been lead to believe are true. It is very well made and very entertaining. Surprisingly it is appropriate for the whole family. A little violence, nudity and language are implied, but nothing is said or shown. The little mini movies within the documentary were very clever and it was fun to see big stars playing historical characters. Roddy Piper's portrayal of Oscar Wilde was brilliant and very memorable. Two thumbs up! Highly recommended for anyone who is an enthusiast, history buff or looking for a good new documentary to watch. I was constantly engaged, and now i am eager to learn more (and drink more!)


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