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Lynne Stopkewich

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Lynne Stopkewich, Barbara Gowdy, Angus Fraser

Molly Parker, Peter Outerbridge, Jay Brazeau, Annabel Kershaw, Janet Craig, Jeff Richards, Raul Inglis, Christopher Lovell, Raoul Ganeev, Natasha Morley, Jessie Winter Mudie, James Timmons, Robert Thurston, Tim Dixon, Amber Warnat, Bill Finck, Edward Davey, Hamish Wilson, Valerie Boeke, Noel Boulanger, Debra L. Huntley, John Pozer, Andrew Guy, David Love, Craig Barton, Caroline Belgrave, Kelly Berg, Jeremiah Boeke, Kristen Bollman, Crystal Buble, Cindy Cai, Leona Campbell, Tracey L. Clayton, Alan Costar, Burtland Cummings, Dayton Davidson-Moore, Kathleen DeVanney, Mark Dmytrenko, Floyd Faircrest, Christine Farley, Mike Farley, James Fawcett, Luydmila Feldman, Jesse Fox, Teresa Gallant, Joy Ganeev-Davies, Willi Germann, Jeremy Gernier, Samantha Geyer, Diane M. Giles, Ryan Gobolos, Darren Gough, Andrei Grigoriev, Nicole Hyde, John Ingram, David Johns, Jennifer Johns, Paul Johnson, Chance Jory, Ashley Kerr, Vitaly Kravchenko, Rollo T. Kromhoff, Miriam Laniado, Annelise Larson, Lisa May, Andrea Milne, William J. Mitchell, Alexander M. Narolsky, Chris O'Hogan, Alicia O'Krane, Nelson Rodrigues, Miranda Schwark, Edward Sherman, Natasha Talbot, Erika Traynor, Terry W. Weaver, Terry H. Wilson, Joe Maffei, Aleksandra Antonie, Cyndie Belcourt, Brandee Buble, Ori Kowarsky, Elgin Vine
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Ever since she was a young girl, Sandra Larson (Molly Parker) has been fascinated with the darkness of death. But when she takes a part-time job as an embalmer at a funeral parlor, her obsession with the afterlife and the study of necrophilia begins to consume her every desire. As her boyfriend (Peter Outerbridge) struggles to relate to her new lifestyle, he jumps through hoops to prove he'll do anything for love.
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review by . May 28, 2009
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Best Film of 1996
Brace yourself. If you are squeamish or tend to faint at the sound of the word necrophilia, you will probably not care to read the reviews let alone rent the videotape. Let me tell you upfront that you'd be making a huge mistake & missing out on a truly remarkable film which never really has gotten it's dues.       Molly Parker gives a full-bodied (no pun intended) performance as a young woman by the name of Sandra obsessed with deceased young men. It's as if our lead character …
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