The Scribbler

The Scribbler

Suki is a young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using "The Siamese Burn," an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being "cured," she's haunted by a thought... what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her?

Suki, a young woman suffering from mental illness has been given to use "The Siamese Burn," an experimental machine that can cure her by burning multiple personalities until only one left. With the help of "Scribbler", a super powered being who communicates with her by scribbling messages backwards, Suki step-by-step solves the crime of murder and find the real killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Scribbler torrent reviews

Kyle G (jp) wrote: In what I can only describe as Pure Michigan, Buzzard dives into wage slave depravity, millennial waywardness and angst with a strong vision from director Potrykus. I just wish the vision was occasional lit and on a better camera. Guerrilla-style works for the themes the film is built on, but the audience' POV is intermittently out of focus at such an alarmingly rate that it makes its repulsive anti-hero (Joshua Burge) even harder to follow.

David R (ru) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. Tyler gets to show off his acting skills, and does an excellent job. It's the story of a man trying to come to terms with the weight of his family's sins and secrets as he is forced to confront a father he left behind many years before. AND it stars some pretty heavyweight horror legends, Muse, Tyler and Derek. It's not a slasher, but there is a lot of suspense, blood, and action. I hope there is a follow up. Great job, Mane Entertainment!

Rich G (nl) wrote: I love Larry Crowne. It's a well acted movie, great story, okay . . . simple story . . . but it doesn't have the Hollywood 'crisis' that all love stories must have. It's simple and it flows and I love it. So there.

Cille I (mx) wrote: Is it tuna? Is it chicken?

Frances H (it) wrote: Period-feel noir that would never have been made from this viewpoint in the 40s.

Nicholas C (gb) wrote: One word. Phenomenal.

Chris M (fr) wrote: An interesting piece of nostalgia from the 1980's.

Jack B (de) wrote: the worst of the Lee Dracula movies- horrible script and dialog.

Allan T (fr) wrote: Lyrical, touching and brilliant. LILITH is rarely heralded, but has its admirers, including me. Director Rossen was hot following "The Hustler" and paired stars Beatty and Seberg in this meditative look at mental illness, beautifully shot in black-and-white. Yes, a downbeat film, but mesmerizing. Look for a superb cameo by a young Peter Fonda. A haunting movie.

E L (gb) wrote: Agreeable little film, rubbish but for Peter O'Toole.