Dark Blood

Dark Blood

Filmed in 1993 but never completed due to River Phoenix's death, Dark Blood tells the story of Boy, a young widower living on a nuclear testing site in the desert. Boy is waiting for the end of the world and carves Katchina dolls that supposedly contain magical powers. Boy's solitude is interrupted when a Hollywood jet-set couple who are travelling across the desert become stranded after their car breaks down. The couple are rescued by Boy, who then holds them prisoner because of his desire for the woman and his ambition to create a better world with her.

The film tells the story of young widower Boy, after his wife's death due to radiation after sequentially being affected by cnuclear tests near their home, retreating to the desert waiting for the end of the world and carves Kachina dolls which he believes possess magical power. His lonesome life disrupted by a high-profile Hollywood couple whose car broke down during their travel through the desert. Coming to help at first, Boy soon decides to hold them as captives because of his desire for the woman and his will to create a better world with her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Esther H (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this. Not great, but solid. It wasn't what I thought it would be, but it kept me entertained.

Alien M (jp) wrote: It took me weeks to get over this film - whole pack of Kleenex required!

Karissa M (us) wrote: Best French movie I have EVER seen. It even beats Amelie! I KNOW, right!?!

Shaun B (ru) wrote: Certifiably so-bad-it's-good cheesy AND campy mid-80s sci-fi thriller. There is a chase scene involving police cruisers vs. motor scooters. That should be enough info to determine whether you're gonna sit down to watch this crap or not.

Justin S (au) wrote: Not much happens, one dude dies while others survive and get away from city. Engaging.

John Y (ca) wrote: Audrey Hepburn's return to the screen as the legend of Robin Hood ends.

Bob K (fr) wrote: What a delightfully creepy movie! After watching the first episode of the HBO series, I felt duty-bound to see the original, especially after friends urged me too. The movie does a very creditable job of depicting a technology-driven artificial landscape, and there's a growing sense of menace throughout the film, particularly when the lead technician discusses the growing volume of inexplicable errors, in very detailed Crichton-esque language. I'm not used to seeing Richard Benjamin act dramatically, and James Brolin has a terrific sense of whimsy here. He is also a dead ringer for Christian Bale. Very fun.

Kristal C (nl) wrote: Incredible, especially on the big screen. I was definitely born in the wrong era for music.

Jay B (us) wrote: A B-Movie gem, if you enjoy old cheap films then this is for you. It's nice to see a young Denis Hopper and John Saxon among the cast. A classic idea of the future as thought of in the 60's with bad effects. This film has all the markings of old school sci fi brilliance.

Subat B (ag) wrote: Another movie I own but haven't watched.

Joel B (nl) wrote: Great. Another movie to encourage drug use. Only potheads would find this funny. Me? Not so much.

Philip G (es) wrote: Pretty funny: Yul Brynner is supposed to be Tony Curtis' father. At least the ending was unexpected. The world is not made out to be so simple as most movies of its era tended to be. A must see!