|Afterglow 1997 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Alan Rudolph
Cast: Nick Nolte, Julie Christie, Lara Flynn Boyle, Jonny Lee Miller, Jay Underwood, Domini Blythe, Yves Corbeil, Alan Fawcett, France Castel, Claudia Besso, Michele-Barbara Pelletier, Genevieve Bissonnette, Ivan Smith, Ellen David, Don Jordan
Two couples–Phyllis (Julie Christie) and Lucky (Nick Nolte) and Marianne (Lara Flynn Boyle) and Jeffrey (Jonny Lee Miller)–are suffering because of unhappy marriages. When repair contractor Lucky arrives at Marianne and Jeffrey's apartment, Marianne becomes the object serviced. Meanwhile, Jeffrey finds comfort in Lucky's wife Phyllis who is only too happy to take on the mother role for Jeffrey. Julie Christie received a Best Actress Oscar nomination.
|Brainscan 1994 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Comedy
Director: John Flynn
Cast: Edward Furlong, Frank Langella, T. Ryder Smith, Amy Hargreaves, James Marsh, Victor Ertmanis, David Hemblen, Vlasta Vrana, Domenico Fiore, Claire Riley, Tod Fennell, Michele-Barbara Pelletier, Dean Hagopian, Donna Baccala, Jerome Tiberghien
Sixteen-year-old Michael (Edward Furlong) is a horror buff and spends hours each night playing video games on his computer. He orders an interesting-sounding CD game, "Brainscan," that puts him into the game–but with frightening consequences.
|Twist 2003 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Jacob Tierney
Cast: Nick Stahl, Joshua Close, Gary Farmer, Michele-Barbara Pelletier, Tygh Runyan, Stephen McHattie, Moti Yona, Brigid Tierney, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, Andre Noble, James Gilpin, Josh Holliday
In this modernized version of Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist," the orphaned Oliver (Joshua Close) has been relocated out of the orphanage and onto Toronto's streets where the artful "Dodge" (Nick Stahl) and Fagin (Gary Farmer) recruit Oliver as part of their team of thugs.
|1. Afterglow (1997)|
2. Brainscan (1994)
3. Twist (2003)
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