R | | Animation, Crime, Drama
An undercover cop in a not-too-distant future becomes involved with a dangerous new drug and begins to lose his own identity as a result.
(At around fifty-five minutes) When Charles Freck (Rory Cochrane) goes to the liquor store to buy wine, one of the brand names being advertised is St. Ubik. This is a reference to Philip K. Dick's novel "Ubik".
I looked them up. They're aphids. They're in my hair, on my skin, in my lungs. And the pain, Barris, it's unreasonable. They're all over the place. Oh, they've completely gotten Millie too.
During the first psychological test, the 'dog' and 'pyramid' cards disappear from the table after Bob puts them down.
The "Phil" mentioned in the "in memoriam" list as having permanent pancreatic damage is Philip K. Dick himself.
$391,672 9 July 2006