When Dr. Fibrian (Lance Henriksen) is in the psychiatric hospital, he is using a potter's wheel to make a vase out of clay as therapy for the patients. In real life, Lance Henriksen enjoys pottery and has been doing it for over 40 years. See more »
Having re-watched this movie just recently, I thought I should add a
review. I am not a film critic, by any means, I just know what I like.
And I like this. Lance Henriksen is always good. This role was suited
for him in every way and I can't wait to see where they take this in
the future. The idea of how much pharmaceuticals play in our lives
makes for a good story. The movie paced good enough to keep me
interested throughout. Timing was perfect. The actors did a good job of
really bringing the scrip to life, and Lance Henriksen's narration,
gave the movie a nice creepiness that played well with the theme. I
look forward to a sequel with Lance Henriksen reprising the role and
Peter Eaton at the helm.
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