PG | | Drama, Horror, Mystery
When a young female doctor notices an unnatural amount of comas occurring in her hospital she uncovers a horrible conspiracy.
16 August 2001 | Robert Colt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A very underated "Hitchcockian" thriller from the disco-era.
"Coma", as well as other mid-to-late 70's films, was one of the reasons I became a filmmaker myself. In ...
Dr. Harris' desk only features his nameplate in a late scene, when it is important for it to be visible, i.e. when Dr. Wheeler finally notices his full name from it and the degrees hanging on the wall. Earlier it is missing from the desk.
Dr. Susan Wheeler:
Jim, I know it sounds silly but, supposing you wanted to put people into a coma, what would you do?
Jim: You mean on purpose?
Pathology Resident #2: Diethyl para-amino tannadol.
Jim: No, no, leaves a serum trace.
Pathology Resident #2: Yeah, if you know to look for it.
Jim: But it also peaks alk phos. That's ...
Crew and a camera are reflected in the glass as we first see Mrs. Emerson approach Dr. Wheeler.
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