Jericho Mansions (2003)

R   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller

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A murder in an old apartment building leads the superintendent to suspect everyone, and eventually himself, of the murder.


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23 March 2009 | claudio_carvalho
| One of the Weirdest Movies I Have Ever Seen… and I Liked It
Leonard Grey (James Caan) has been the super of the apartment building Jericho Mansions owned by Lily Melnick (Geneviève Bujold) for thirty year. Leonard is slow and agoraphobic, having also frequent amnesia, and dedicates his leisure time to build a complex bridge with clips. When the husband of the landlady Lily dies and she receives a call from her sister that lives in Europe, Lily rebukes Leonard and tries to force him to be fired or arrested by the police, forging evidences that he is a thief. However, most of the dwellers like Leonard and he stays working in the building. When Bill Cherry (Peter Keleghan), the husband of the masseuse Donna Cherry (Jennifer Tilly) and lover of the Spanish Dolores O'Donell (Maribel Verdú), is murdered in Jericho Mansions during the night, the police investigate the murder and there are many suspects, including Dolores's betrayed husband Eugene (Bruce Ramsay); Lily and Leonard. However, Jericho Mansions hides a dark and cruel secret.

"Jericho Mansions' is one of the weirdest movies I have ever seen, and I liked it. The intriguing story develops the bizarre characters very well and has a totally unexpected plot point, when a gruesome and very dark secret is disclosed and the viewer discloses one of the most cruel and repulsive villains of the cinema history. The acting is superb, highlighting Geneviève Bujold and James Caan, and this movie is underrated in IMDb. If you are seeking an original story with a surprising twist, rent or buy this DVD and I bet you will like this movie. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "O Condomínio" ("The Condominium")

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Plot Summary


Drama | Mystery | Thriller


Release Date:

27 April 2004


English, Spanish

Country of Origin

Canada, UK

Filming Locations

Almería, Andalucía, Spain

Box Office


$6,200,000 (estimated)

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