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Mario Van Peebles,
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Daniel von Bargen,
Viv returns to her apartment and finds her boyfriend Reggie murdered in the kitchen. At first, she suspects this is another one of his elaborate practical jokes. During a harrowing series of visits by friends and acquaintances, Viv experiences flashback after flashback, leading her to piece together exactly what happened.Written by
Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>
This movie was on Bravo! one Saturday this spring (perhaps during a preview of the Independent Film Channel?). I did not catch the beginning, and I've been half-heartedly trying to find out what it is. Dead Funny made me feel like my cable dollars are actually going somewhere for a change!
The movie had a stage-production feel, which is a quality I enjoy in a lot of Independent film. And I was glad to see Andrew McCarthy has grown out of his awkward "Mannequin" and "Weekend at Bernie's" phase. I highly recommend this film.
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