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Revolution #9
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Revolution #9 2001


description written by member Zara:

A man starts to suffer from paranoid delusions, believing that someone is trying to reprogram him through a perfume commercial.

MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:90 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsTim McCann
Written By:
No image existsTim McCann
Starring:
No image existsAdrienne Shelly
No image existsSpalding Gray
No image existsCallie Thorne
No image existsMichael Rodrick
No image existsSakina Jaffrey
No image existsKristin Griffith
No image existsJonathan Hogan
No image existsJames Burton
No image existsPhyllis Somerville
No image existsTanny McDonald
No image existsChad Coleman
No image existsSebastian Sozzi
No image existsClaire Beckman
No image existsDavid Deblinger
No image existsTed Sutton
No image existsMichael Risley
No image existsArmand Schultz
No image existsArmand Schultz
No image existsMark Zeisler
No image existsMary Elaine Monti
No image existsAnthony Arkin

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Revolution #9 Movie Review by Zara (7/7/2007)

I wish I could say that I liked this movie more. I've been going through Adrienne Shelly's catalog and becoming more and more saddened that I didn't figure out who she was until after she couldn't produce any new work.

In fact, it is Shelly who is the most believable in this flick. Playing the girlfriend of a man who...

(complete Revolution #9 review by Zara)



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