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Things go terribly wrong when a troubled young man who works in a mental institution sets out to seduce a patient who has accidentally escaped.

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Ronnie Schwann
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Sara
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Kelly
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Stanley
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Officer Stricland
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Officer Reed
Julie Wallace ...
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Ronnie Schwann, a young man regarded as "slow," has affections for Sarah, a young woman who stays at Hope House, a facility for the mentally ill. Though Ronnie works at Hope House he doesn't follow procedure when he finds Sarah wandering outside the confines. He secrets her away, planning a seduction. His plans go awry, however, when his older brother, Keith, returns from prison. Written by Anonymous

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This movie sucks!
18 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie is complete crap. My friends bought it hoping to get a laugh out of a cheesy horror movie. Well we did laugh alright about how stupid it was! There is no plot, the whole movie makes no sense with how it ends. By the end of the movie you sit there thinking "What was the point of the whole rest of the movie??" Do not waste your money renting this movie, it's not worth a penny. I can't believe the writers thought this could be a good movie. It makes no sense, it has no plot, it's pointless. It shouldn't even belong in the horror section because no one gets killed intentionally.


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