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PERCEIVING REALITY: The Making of SCALENE (Prologue)
Featurette - World Premiere/Q&A at Dances With Films
Featurette - Awards Ceremony at Dances With Films
SCALENE is a perceptual thriller told from three points-of-view revolving around the rape of a female college student (Hanna Hall) by a mentally handicapped man (Adam Scarimbolo) and his mother s (Margo Martindale) subsequent revenge.
This film is challenging to follow, as the director decided to film the three characters stories separately, one in reverse order, one in linear order, and
one every which... Read more
People out there be hatin on Christopher Nolan.
People out there be hatin on Todd Solondz.
And who can blame them. Read more
I thought this was a horror movie. However, it is a very sad movie about a mentally handicapped young man who is being abused by his mother. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Arretamador
Scalene (Zack Parker, 2011)
The main problem with Scalene is that it is roughly half of a very interesting movie. Read more
A nanny goes to extreme ends to end a special needs teens abuse. Well done,slow but riveting.Not a action flick,but very effective.I liked it a lot. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tim
Caretaker .. Unconvincing ... to sum it up: Stupid movie , not even worth one star. why do people make this crap?Published on August 23, 2013 by NJ Night Rider
the movie thriller seem a bit contrite; I did not enjoy the treatment of the son by the mother who seemed to be the poster child for low self esteem and doing to much to get a man. Read morePublished on April 27, 2013 by helm
I was on the edge of my seat through the whole movie. Margo Martindale is amazing. Her characters are so memorable and this is no exception. Read more