Virtual Nightmare

Virtual Nightmare

Advertising executive Dale Hunter (Michael Muheny) works at the agency Arora. But after a car accident, his life changed abruptly. He has nightmares at night and by day he suffers from hallucinations. The world looks like from a computer. Numbers and names adhere to the objects. A doctor can not help him and the hallucinations are getting worse. Librarian Wendy seems to be the only person he can trust. Together they try to find out the truth.

Advertising executive Dale Hunter (Michael Muheny) works at the agency Arora. But after a car accident, his life changed abruptly. He has nightmares at night and by day he suffers from hallucinations. The world looks like from a computer. Numbers and names adhere to the objects. A doctor can not help him and the hallucinations are getting worse. Librarian Wendy seems to be the only person he can trust. Together they try to find out the truth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thaveesha C (au) wrote: I expected more .. but not bad ... ;)

Private U (ca) wrote: Intersting look at the grassy knoll theory on the Kennedy assassination but very slow and boring. Could have been way better.

Kobal M (mx) wrote: one of my all time favs.remarkable cinematography,direction, and insight.Japanese drama at its best.

meril l (it) wrote: Fun albeit forgettable. I got it for Robert, but ended up watching it for James Woods. It's a feel-good lawyer movie that doesn't go above your head but isn't completely stupid either. A few weak moments of dialogue, but otherwise not a weak script.

Donald W (nl) wrote: This is a low budget movie shot in the lakes and swamps of Louisiana. It stars Claudia Jennings but she really doesn't have much of a speaking part. It's probably because her Cajun accent is so bad. She's partially nude in a few scenes. The actress playing her sister has the only fully nude scenes. Most of the movie is just violence and bad dialog. Everybody overacts and speaks in loud voices.

Edward B (ca) wrote: Maybe my favorite last scene of a movie I can think of off the top of my head.

Kevin R (it) wrote: Well written, directed, and acted this movie is quite modern, however if it was redone today would need some heavy tailoring to be plausible. Veronica Lake... what a gal.

Janna D (nl) wrote: Stupid and cliched which of course is its appeal