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Sublime
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Sublime 2007


description written by member Ben:

Imagine, if you will, that you go to the hospital for a routine colonoscopy, and, instead, you get a thoracoscopic sympathectomy. In the process, you find some dark secrets about this hospital. You soon learn that it is not a place to get better, but a place to DIE!

Release Date:August 28th, 2007
MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:113 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsTony Krantz
Written By:
No image existsErik Jendresen
Starring:
No image existsJeffrey Anderson-Gunter
No image existsCas Anvar
Paget BrewsterPaget Brewster
No image existsThomas Cavanagh
No image existsLilyan Chauvin
No image existsMichael Gregory
No image existsLawrence Hilton-Jacobs
No image existsGeorge Newbern
No image existsBruce Nozick
No image existsMichelle Page
No image existsKatherine Cunningham-Eves
No image existsShanna Collins
No image existsDan Gerrity
No image existsJordi Caballero
Kyle GallnerKyle Gallner

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Sublime Movie Review by Movie Addict (10/17/2007)

I would tend to give someone a break in directing their first film. This was a psychological horror movie that was difficult to grasp. You have to go back to the thought that that which you fear will haunt you.

Medical errors, profit-driven medical care, and Terry Schiavo all play a part here in an attempt to do something...

(complete Sublime review by Movie Addict)



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