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To Dance With Death

VARIOUS  |  Unrated |  DVD
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: VARIOUS
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: SRS CINEMA
  • DVD Release Date: September 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002CO6YD4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #516,964 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A young woman (Lauren Westen) returns home from the hospital following a suicide attempt. She finds that her world is almost completely alien to her. Her parents don't seem to remember her suicide attempt, and her friends are all treating her oddly. Then she discovers that she is being watched by a mysterious woman in black (Brinke Stevens). This Dark Woman enters her dreams and shows her many eerie and frightening visions of her life and possibly her death. Does this woman wish her harm or is she there for something else? What follows is a tug of war for her soul between good and evil and a meditation on mortality.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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...I have to say that I LOVE THIS MOVIE! Brinke is at her best in a mysterious and sexy role as "An Angel" and the script is far better than ANYTHING I've seen in years. The story concerns a confused and suicidal girl, wonderfully played by Lauren Westen (I haven't seen her in anything before but, if this movie is an indicator, she'll be doing a lot more)who finds that her life has changed around her without explanation. Her parents seem to be acting like robots and her best friend, Becca (Victoria Lundin) wants to take their relationship into Cinemax territory. Soon she is visited in her dreams by Brinke Stevens, who leads her on a journey through her past and causes her to ask the questions she needs to ask in order to make sense of her life. The story, which is sometimes very violent, is masterfully told by Director Lind, whose unerring visual eye paints a visual symphony. Lind always seems to get better performances from his casts than the other low budget autuers and this movie is no exception. Brinke turns in her best turn ever and Westen plays with an emotional depth which is shocking for an actor of such youth. She can't be much more than 19 or 20. Did I mention that she's beautiful? A lovely, graceful body, cascading blonde hair... and her eyes remind me of frequent Lind Star Maria Pechukas. And. Like Westen and Stevens this movie is gorgeous! The cinematagraphy is lush and full, Lind has acheived a visual style that is remarkable and unmistakably his own. Even the suicide scene which starts the movie is romantic and beautiful, as are the two leads, Stevens and Westen. Read more ›
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3.0 out of 5 stars Still Dancing May 28, 2001
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It just goes to show that you don't need a big budget to create art. The plot is good as well as the acting. With Brinke Stevens starring, how can you go wrong? I haven't heard of the other girls in the movie, but I hope it won't be the last I see of them. Apparently this movie is fairly new, so I recommend that everyone should give it a chance. Fans of indie/ B-Movies won't be disappointed! Very HOT!!!!!!!- and it's a thinker!
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1.0 out of 5 stars To Dance with your Remote Control on Fast Forward November 28, 2003
Format:VHS Tape
You want to see unknown filmmakers succeed. You really do. But when they have so little talent as the director of TDWD, you want to find their home address and then yank the camera right out of their hands. This exercise in tedium qualifies as a video only because it was shot on VHS. There is no sense of direction and its only raison d'etre was to put out another video with Brinke Stevens in it. The story of a young girl released perhaps too soon from the asylum is derivative. The acting is universally terrible. The director shows up to play the doctor and even he can't deliver his own vapid dialog with any degree of talent. By the time you've fast forwarded to the end, you'll be looking for your receipt to get your money back. Victoria Lunden as Becca is about the only saving grace in this putrid home video tape. Why One Shot Productions would waste money on this when they could have produced another interesting Jesus Franco Francoganza is inexplicable. They must have been looking for an IRS writeoff when they put money into this.
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This is a surprisingly well thought film for the Horror genre which still supplies more shocks and thrills than most big budget Hollywood epics. The story is pretty simple; a young woman (Lauren Westen)returns from the hospital after attempting suicide to find that her entire World is eeriely diferent than she remembered. No one seems to remember that she tried to kill herself or even that she wa gone at all. Soon she is being stalked by a mysterious Woman in Black (Brinke Stevens) who may be the Angel of Death,and is forced to face the concequenses of her life choices. What ensues is more than a battle for life, but for her eternal Soul as an almost Zen meditation on the nature of Good and Evil and our Human role in eternity... The Acting from Brinke Stevens and Newcomer Lauren Westen is top notch and very good supporting performances from Victoria Lundin, Kim Parks and Hugo Boteler add to the overall experience. The Cinematagraphy is first Class and the lighting, done for the most part with hundreds of candles, gives he movie an unearthly, otherworldly glow to the point that the movie sometimes feels like a living Rembrandt painting. The script and direction are both Classic in the best sense of the word and the original music by Marianne Elliot supports and enhances the action well. The violence, while tasteful is very sudden and shocking and the nudity will leave genre fans wanting nothing. I have to say that Ms Westen and Brinke Stevens are perhaps two of the most beautiful women ever to share the screen. If I had to explain why I gave the film four, rather than five stars, it would be that I only wished it had been a little longer, as at the end I was still hungry for more of this wonderful experience.
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