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In a Spiral State

USA 2009
produced by
Don Purnell, Ramzi Abed (executive), Ken Cravens (executive), Eric Fleming (executive) for Bloodshot Pictures
directed by Ramzi Abed
starring Julie Fine, Ofri Fuchs, Adam Meir, Lizzy Strain, Mae Moreno, Casey Wickson, Bianca Barnett, Jed Rowen, Don Purnell, Eric Fleming, Ken Cravens, Gidget Gein, Messy Stench, Elissa Dowling, Lyla Sullivan (as Lilah Martin), Josh Eisenstadt, Kevin Sean Michaels, Khris Kaneff, Eric Spudic, Amy Brasette, Whitney Carr, Ramzi Abed, Paul Bunnell, Rinat Curious, Nate Kampf, Katarina Schmoranzer
written by Ramzi Abed, music by Ken Cravens

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Los Angeles, a community of artists, bohemians, homeless people, drug addicts, where everyone is disconnected from one another. Here it's no problem for a group of women to seduce and drug men without anybody ever really noticing, and bring their bodies to a mad scientist (Jed Rowen). But when one of the scientist's girls turns against him and he has to kill and replace her, the new girl, shocked by the whole thing, blows his operation wide open. Somehow, a pair of angels also figure in this story, but don't ask me how.


To be quite honest, this is a piece of crap. It's an attempt to make an art movie by presenting the audience with artsy images, by trying to capture some sort of verité style by letting the actors and actresses improvise their dialogue, by stufing the soundtrack with avant garde music (some even good), by a deliberate shifting from black and white to colour to a weird (but good-looking) hybrid, and by using interview snippets with (supposedly) interesting people. Thing is of course that artsy doesn't equal art, the improvised dialogue is pretty lame, the shifting between colour and black and white is without rhyme or reason, the interview snippets are pretty pointless, the film takes pretty much forever to tell its feeble and very trashy story, and worst of all, the whole thing is so goddam boring - there's nothing happening here, nothing at all.

Definitely not worth watching.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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