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Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America director Douglas Buck follows that gruesome collection of three short films with this feature-length reimaging of cinema auteur Brian De Palma's 1973 horror film concerning a pair of mysterious siblings and the curious reporter who stumbles upon their deadly secret. Grace (Chloë Sevigny) is an ambitious young journalist conducting an investigation of a controversial psychiatrist (Stephen Rea) who is currently maintaining a questionable relationship with disturbed patient Angelique (Lou Doillon). As the investigation continues, Grace soon stumbles into an ongoing conspiracy populated by human experimentation, strange deaths, and a controversial operation. As the probing reporter delves ever deeper into the profoundly unsettling details and witnesses a brutal murder thanks to the unintended assistance of Angelique's latest love interest, Dr. Dylan Wallace, her fragile mental state is quickly shattered by the spiraling violence and unspeakable revelations to which she is now inextricably bound.

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Chloë Sevigny
as Grace Collier
Dallas Roberts
as Dylan Wallace
Lou Doillon
as Angelique Tristiana
Stephen Rea
as Dr. Philip Lacan
Serge Houde
as Det. Kalen
JR Bourne
as Larry Franklin
Gabrielle Rose
as Dr. Mercedes Kent
William B. Davis
as Dr. Bryant
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  • Jun 06, 2017
    Weird, ridiculous ending.
    Erin C Super Reviewer
  • Jan 10, 2009
    I liked this up until the last ten minutes or so. Good, creepy suspense film, both actresses are great in their roles. Then it takes a very confusing twist and I'm not at all sure exactly what they were getting at with it, but anyhow... I will have to check out the original version of this movie for sure and see if that makes more sense!
    Nicki M Super Reviewer
  • Apr 18, 2008
    This remake of Brian De Palma 1973 film started being interesting & just about the same as the original with the exception of few scenes being very bloody but half way of the movie it starts getting slow.The new twist that the film delivers tours the end didn't make any sense,it was graphic but odd & bizarre. <div style="width:450px;"><a href=""><img src="" border="0"/></a><div style="text-align:center;font-size:10px;"><a href="">Flixster</a> - Share Movies</div></div>
    Juny L Super Reviewer

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