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James Jackson (Michael Risley) is a handsome 27-year-old New Yorker suffering from an increasingly serious case of psychotic paranoia. He is presented in extreme close-up, with no room to breathe, by director Tim McCann, who keeps the intensity of REVOLUTION NO. 9 on a high level to its very last second. Jackson´s fiancee, Kim Kelly (Adrienne Shelly), a perky blond waitress in a chic downtown bar, is so utterly in love with him despite his frightful mental deterioration, that she also seems crazy. In fact, much of the movie is a puzzle over who´s really losing it--him, her, or both of them at once. It all begins when Jackson announces to Kim´s family that they are engaged to be married. Kim´s overprotective father and brother are outraged and fear for her safety. While this seems strange and unfair, Jackson´s behavior the next day--accusing coworkers of moving things on his desk, blaming Kim´s nephew for sending him cryptic coded e-mails, and insisting that he is the target of an elaborate experiment--is the proof that the family´s instincts are right. From there, Jackson travels a wild downhill descent into madness, with Kim chasing along making bad decisions that only exacerbate the situation.
|Skådespelare:||Michael Risley, Adrienne Shelly, Spalding Gray, Anthony Arkin|
|Bild:||Widescreen 16:9 Anamorfisk|
|Ljud:||Engelska DD 5.1|
|-Audio commentary with Tim McCann, Adrienne Shelly and Michael Risley|
-2 bonus short films
Upplagd i sortimentet: 2 Juli, 2008