Syd March works in Lucas Clinic, an company which purchases viruses and pathogens from sick celebrities in order to inject them to obsess fan. One time while harvesting a pathogen from Hannah, he infected with the disease that kills her afterward. Syd must fight against Hannah's fan to find his way to survive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Evan H (br) wrote: the lead characters have chemistry. But the plot is lacking and with unfilled gaps. It's one of those movies that keep you entertained for the fact it's a gay-love-story-type-film.
Well A (nl) wrote: Um filme agradvel sobre confuses e descobertas. A durao poderia ser um pouco mais curta, mas as boas atuaes do elenco e a construo multidimensional dos personagens prendem at o fim.
Nils V (ca) wrote: A dark comedy that is worth seeing!
Terry M (ag) wrote: It was good enough to see once. After that it's only OK.
Adam W (kr) wrote: With a good cast I was expecting more from this, I mean its fine for a couple of hours but the plot waivers from here to there leaving the viewer wondering whats really going on. Its full of characters who pop up only to then get killed, disappear or turn out to be double agent bad guys.People seem to burst into rooms tap away on archaic computers then run off. The End.
Danny R (mx) wrote: Harold Becker's gritty sexy urban thriller in which Al Pacino made a stellar career comeback brilliantly playing a weary 20 year veteran New York City police detective named Frank Keller, who going through a mid-life crisis. He is investigating several bizarre murders committed by a serial killer who may be a woman, and as fate will have it he gets involved with and falls in love with a woman named Helen Cruger, played terrificly by Ellen Barkin, who has become the prime suspect in the murder case. Superbly directed by Harold Becker, and expertly written by Richard Price, the story is designed to keep its central characters and the viewer in a state of constant suspicion. Sexually charged, where sparks fly between Pacino and Barkin, their chemistry is intense and their love scenes are some of the hottest of any movie of its decade. It's a riveting whodunit with nail-biting suspense and memorable dialogue. Exceptional supporting performances by John Goodman, Michael Rooker, William Hickley, Richard Jenkins, Paul Calderon, and John Spencer. But this film is a real showcase for the great Al Pacino who delivers a truly superlative turn, and Ellen Barkin who gives one of the best performances of her underrated career, matching Pacino's excellence scene for scene. An engrossing thriller. Highly Recommended.
Mark N (es) wrote: Having never seen this before i was taken with the idea of Bridges and Eastwood together and while a decent movie with a good start and fine ending there is a lot of padding throughout and the story was a little slow even taking account of the movies age.
Martha A (ru) wrote: this has to be one of my favorites...
TheMumblelover (de) wrote: Affable romantic film, not really a comedy more a coming of age for the man in his 40's. I enjoyed the film though my partner found it boring and said its a film about nothing. To me it has charm and warmth and it turns in good performances.