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The Scribbler (2014)

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A young woman is facing her destructive multiple personalities using an experimental new procedure known as "The Siamese Burn."

Director:

John Suits

Writer:

Dan Schaffer

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Cast

Credited cast:
Katie Cassidy ... Suki
Garret Dillahunt ... Hogan
Michelle Trachtenberg ... Alice
Michael Imperioli ... Moss
Gina Gershon ... Cleo
Sasha Grey ... Bunny
Kunal Nayyar ... Karim
Ashlynn Yennie ... Emily
Billy Campbell ... Sinclair
Eliza Dushku ... Silk
Sir Hollywood Sir Hollywood ... Hogan (Dog) (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luke Barnett ... Orderly
T.V. Carpio ... Satomi
Brad Culver ... Officer
Jessica Lee Jessica Lee ... Falling Bunny
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Storyline

THE SCRIBBLER follows Suki (Katie Cassidy), a young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using "The Siamese Burn," an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being "cured," she's haunted by a thought - what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her? Written by anonymous

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Unzip your head


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violent images, some strong sexuality/nudity, and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 2014 (Singapore) See more »

Also Known As:

The Scribbler See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Color
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The backward speech by The Scribbler in the beginning of the movie actually is "Can I have a pen? I can't talk without a pen." See more »

Goofs

When Suki is in the stairwell she stops on the 13th floor and meets Emily and Cleo, but when Suki looks at the elevator it says it's the 16th floor. See more »

Quotes

Suki: Bates Motel!
Doctor: Suki, is everything okay?
Suki: Why, what have you heard?
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Connections

References Psycho (1960) See more »

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Interesting
20 September 2014 | by Red_IdentitySee all my reviews

I quite liked this. I think it could have done more with its premise, but as it is, it's pretty visually stunning and the performances are quite good. I've never thought Katie Cassidy had real talent, but she does some fine work here, always elevating the material when it needs it and providing a good contrast to the other roles she's played in the past. Dillahunt is a joy to watch, like always, and probably the MVP supporting player of the film. It's nice to see so many of these TV actors in roles in this (Buffy's Eliza Dushku and Michelle Trachtenberg, as well as The Sopranos' Michael Imperiori). I do recommend this, even if I get that it's pretty problematic


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