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The Delicate Art of the Rifle (1996)

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Gabrielle Greigo Gabrielle Greigo ... Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Shannon Gelobter Shannon Gelobter ... Laertes, son of Polonius
Joy Gewalt Joy Gewalt ... Rachel
David Grant David Grant ... Jay
Joseph W. Hedrick Joseph W. Hedrick ... Atahualpa
Joseph Gomez Joseph Gomez ... Noted Author / Gun Lobbyist
Priscilla Garhart Priscilla Garhart ... Performance art audience
William E. Harper William E. Harper ... Performance art audience
Margaret Sederoff Margaret Sederoff ... Crying professor
Tom Holmes Tom Holmes ... Professor with bow
Linda Holley Linda Holley ... Professor with obw
Helen Crisp Helen Crisp ... Professor with bow
Dante Harper Dante Harper ... St. Sebastian (as D.W. Harper)
Jean Chevalier Jean Chevalier ... Theatre Director
Jamin Skipper Jamin Skipper ... Jamin
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Official Sites:

CLC Films

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 March 1996 (USA) See more »

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And you thought you were twisted...
1 December 1998 | by Rocket MSee all my reviews

If any of you has had the rare opportunity to view this work of what looks like student art....then I suggest you get cable and wait for the Independent Film Channel to give it to you....I've had the weak luck of catching this film on the channel...It follows a common college student and his common day on campus with bizarre stories and visuals...(his friends are just as weird)...And just when you think it's about to get boring.... BLAM!...a sniper(who just so happens to be our leads roomate) is taking out people in the courtyard in a comedic manner... Some of the greatest scenes in the film are on the sniper's roof and all of the philosophical discussions that our poor damaged sniper confesses to our lead in acts of desperation.. The film itself is unique in it's weirdness....

PS:If anybody can find a copy of this for sale...TELL ME WHERE TO GO!...


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