Spiral (1999)

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David is an out of work actor struggling to separate real life from the fictitious one he has created. Haunted by himself, David finally confronts his inner demons-his best friend, his ... See full summary »

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30 July 2001 | powerrbill
| Difficult subject with an effortless delivery.
A high-energy soundtrack. Sublime cinematography. A dark, nihilistic vision of the X-Generation: this short delivers a punch in a manner not unlike that of the past 5 years worth of music video.

The difference here is that the actors in this film display actual skill and their performances are relevant and meaningful. While the subject at hand is fairly heavy, the delivery by cast and crew never gets heavy-handed. Excellent performances by Previdi and Cook.

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