Double Possession (1973)
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as Queen of Myrthia
as Dr. Hess Green
as Ganja Meda
as Green's Son
as Dinner Guest
as Woman with Baby
as Rev. Williams
as Girl in bar
Critic Reviews for Double Possession
...an experimental overlapping of dialogue, image, voiceover and music that makes you feel as if you're suffering from an awful fever dream.
(In Ganja and Hess) we get a devastating art film that raises more intriguing philosophical questions than hairs on the back of one's neck.
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Audience Reviews for Double Possession
Freaky, but fascinating. Bought the DVD like 15 years ago. Watched about 15 minutes, stopped it and filed it for later. I understand the new Spike Lee film is some sort of interpretation of this concept, so I thought it was time to dig it out (there's an upcoming blu-ray release, but I'll stick with the DVD).
This movie just didn't make much sense to me, probably because I'm not into these type of films. As for the blood, it looked more like Kool-aid then real blood, which should of been dark, not light red. Though, it was 1973 when this movie came out.
Disjointed, without much in the way of a plot-line, jarring audio track and murky visuals make this one bizarre flick.
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