Dead Girl

(1996)
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Overview

Ari Rose (Howard) is not your typical romantic. He has two passions in life ... seducing the woman of his dreams (Parillaud) and making sure she NEVER leaves. A very dark comedy with identifiable themes (although quite extreme at times) about love, sex, obsession, paranoia and depression. This was an experimental film that was never intended for commercial release but it's great none the less.

  1. Adam Coleman Howard

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Anne Parillaud

    Anne Parillaud

    Helen Catherine Howe

  2. Adam Coleman Howard

    Adam Coleman Howard

    Ari Rose

  3. Val Kilmer

    Val Kilmer

    Dr. Dark

  4. Amanda Plummer

    Amanda Plummer

    Frieda

  5. Famke Janssen

    Famke Janssen

    Treasure

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Status Released

Release Information

  • January 1, 1996
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 44m

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