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Quietus (Institutional Use)



Seven victims tell thrilling near death experiences of what it's like to almost be killed by a car accident, mugging, falling from a building, drug overdoes, suicide attempt, rape, and old age.

Gladys Dossey, John Smith, Felicia French
29 minutes

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Director Brian To
Starring Gladys Dossey, John Smith, Felicia French, David Ross
Supporting actors Amplifier, Rhea Cassan, Leslie Unger
Studio CreateSpace
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This DVD was very poorly made and presented! The subjects simply talked about what led up to the moment they died, and then......nothing! Thats it, end of story! Some of the accounts of how they died was somewhat interesting to hear, but then you're left hanging wondering "well, what happened AFTER you died?" Next thing you know, the credits roll by and the "documentary" ends. between subject interviews the film makers inserted some footage of images of what it looks like to drive without your glasses (Very blurry), mixed in with some annoying errie music. What the heck was that all about? Again, very poorly made and did not offer any follow through with thier interviews.
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