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A nameless man wanders the city, littered with necrotic artifacts and a trail of corpses. Are his grotesque hallucinations clues to a violent past? Or are they premonitions?

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Cast overview:
Phil Stevens Phil Stevens ... Unknown
Bryant W. Lohr Sr. Bryant W. Lohr Sr. ... The Exile
David Chopping David Chopping ... Psychologist
Angela Jane Angela Jane ... Nurse
Samantha Coppola Samantha Coppola ... Woman #2
Colette Kenny Mckenna Colette Kenny Mckenna ... Woman #1
Michael Kennedy Michael Kennedy ... Last Victim
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Enveloped in decay and the butchered remnants of a troubled and blood-soaked past, a disoriented man meanders through the woods. Guided by grotesque hallucinations of a tormented existence and pale memories of death and retribution, more and more, the young vessel's muted anger ensnares him in a seemingly familiar realm of dark visions, where right and wrong coexist with his rabid desire to inflict pain. But, here, in the unforgiving and inescapable purgatory of a disturbed mind, oblivion is not the means to salvation. Is truth so ugly that the only escape is an intangible but beautiful lie? Written by Nick Riganas

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17 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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LUNG leaves you Breathless
9 July 2018 | by maniak177See all my reviews

It takes a special mind to achieve actual art through film. It is even more difficult to do that very thing through horror. It is very rare that a person can combine the two and leave you breathless, horrified and wanting more. Phil Stevens has mastered that very skill.

The second entry to his FLOWERS trilogy, LUNG II is yet another example of how "Silence is Golden".

Confusion and fear takes hold of a man who wakes up in a park without a clue of who he is or where he is. As he struggles to piece together the puzzle of his own strange and obscene reality, he wanders aimlessly through the city streets hoping to find even the slightest of answers. Suffering from horrific visions and dreams, he finds strange signs that they may just be memories of a nightmarish reality. Each clue leading him further down to hell. Was he just a poor lost soul with amnesia? Or something far, far worse... Phil Stevens once again proves that dialogue, a star studded cast and a ridiculously high budget isnt always needed to make something truly special. LUNG II is a confusing film, but only because it's supposed to be. You're meant to be just as lost as the main character. But in the end, you are left astounded and breathless in all the greatest of ways. Most art films come off as pretentious and have the feel that sometimes the director may have tried too hard. This NOT the case with this film.

I can not recommend this movie enough to those that have an appreciation for both art and horror. Is it for the average horror fan? Absolutely not, but is another factor that makes Phil's work all the more special.


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