A single mother (Cocco) becomes afflicted with double vision. Taking care of her newborn baby becomes a nightmare as the mother also becomes paranoid. The only time the mother doesn't see double is when she sings. She also finds solace in cutting herself, allowing her blood to drip free and able to feel alive. A terrifying nervous breakdown ensues. When things spiral out of control, her baby is taken away. She then rides a bus and sings to herself. A man (Shinya Tsukamoto) sitting nearby listens to her wonderful voice. He begins to stalk her. The man is an award winning novelist who has fallen in love with the woman. They begin a volatile relationship. The woman's paranoia a
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Casey F (jp) wrote: Reminds me a lot the time we spent in Cambodia...
Korbl K (de) wrote: .....................WHAT THE FUCK!?!?!?!?!?
hopper k (jp) wrote: i'm in love with christine taylor.
Deirdre d (ag) wrote: This understated, sometimes wrenching, anti-climatic anti-hagiography provided the perfect vehicle to affirm that The Pixies have been and always will be the real thing.
Vaughan M (ca) wrote: I loved this as a kid
Kenneth B (kr) wrote: 11 film makers from around the world each make a short film about 9/11. This stands as the strongest piece of 9/11 cinema that I've seen and it far more evocative than United 93 or World Trade Centre.
Omar D (gb) wrote: A movie depicting struggles of of the effect of drug abuse, single mother, and death on a small family. really enjoyed this movie.
Nate T (us) wrote: Another Portman classic. Reportedly one of the scenes was even rewritten so that Portman would be comfortable enough to star in the film. A must-watch film that should be on Blu-ray.
david t (it) wrote: i would like to see this one...
David W (it) wrote: Amazing action, but stupid story. And less Keanu Reeves WTF?!
Augustine H (us) wrote: A fine fast-paced screwball comedy.
Eric H (br) wrote: Fantastic precode comedy. It manages to be really dirty without actually saying anything. Something that is super rare for a 1930's film. Young Gary Cooper is good, and I couldn't help but love Miriam Hopkins. Its just a unique film for the time period and actually holds up really well today.