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I Pass for Human
2004, regia di Chris D.
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Poison Fang Films - Distribuzione: Arcanum Entertainment - Soggetto: Chris D. - Sceneggiatura: Chris D. - Fotografia: Brian O'Connell - Montaggio: Lynne Margulies - Arredamento: Quito Cooksey - Musiche: Danny Carey, E. Shepherd Stevenson - Formato: Color - Durata: 103'.
Cast: Joshua Cox, Eleanor Whitledge, Eva Scott, Jennifer Ciesar, Terri Laird, E. Shepherd Stevenson, John Diehl, Mary Woronov, Bryan Small, Iris Berry, Chris Shearer, Jack Hill, Elke Hill.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - taliesinttlg.blogspot.com - anxietyneurosis.wordpress.com - movies.nytimes.com - joblo.com - rottentomatoes.com - moria.co.nz - dvdtalk.com: «Jane (Eleanor Whitledge) is despondent because her heroin-using boyfriend Dax (Bryan Small) has O.D.'d. Another user, Dax's sister Mila (Jennifer Ciesar) introduces Jane to Rick (Joshua Cox), ostensibly so they can comfort one another: Rick's lost his sweetheart Azami (Eva Scott) the exact same way. As it turns out, Rick is already compromised by drug use and crime, having helped Azami cover up for a murder before she died. Rick and Jane are soon using together, scoring their drugs from the same source as Mila. They soon share a common secret: Dax reported seeing dead people before he died, and both Rick and Jane experience visions of their lost partners behaving like zombies or vampires. Even Jane's drug counselor Dr. Larraz (Mary Woronov) thinks there might be some basis to the idea that drug victims remain among the undead, deriving a vicarious high by haunting the living users left behind».
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