Requiem for a Dream
Crime • NC-17 • 2000 • 1 hr 42 min
Dark movie with a great tale. Not for the light hearted
A hauntingly true portrait of addiction. The unique editing and eerily believable acting lends itself to an unforgettable experience.
the way the film is directed is so unique. makes the film incredible.
Tense and emotionally draining. The trip from the highs to the depths of drug taking is exceptional. The portrayal of paranoia is superb
This film feels way longer than an hour and forty minutes. It’s an absolutely gut-wrenching look into the world of drug addiction.
This film portrays a very graphic and powerful message about addiction. Perfectly done, a must watch.
Will have you wanting to indulge in the obscene, and then wilter away from it. An impressive representation of drugs and its impact on youth
It is a very emotional and very depressing movie. we can call it a masterpiece for its music
As someone who was raised by an addict, this movie was just too real.
Brutal, grim, brilliant and I never want to see it again.
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An assassin is shot by her ruthless employer, Bill, and other members of their assassination circle – but she lives to plot her vengeance.
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