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Fear Me Not

Fear Me Not

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Dogme 95 trailblazer Kristian Levring (The King Is Alive) delivers his subtlest, most unnerving film yet. It's like a reverse image of Nicholas Ray's classic Bigger Than Life. Instead of watching a dutiful dad go crazy via medication, we watch a deeply uneasy father become utterly liberated when he takes some experimental anti-depressants. Too bad the experiment is ditched and they try to take his pills away. Ulrich Thomsen (Duplicity, TV's Alias) is the father even his wife and daughter treat warily in this remarkably taut and creepy look at one man's desperate desire to be comfortable in his own skin.

Actors:

Ulrich Thomsen,Paprika Steen,Bodil Udsen,Lars Brygmann,Stine Stengade,Bjarne Henriksen

Description:

When Michael hears about a clinical trial for a new anti-depressant, he signs up on a whim. Unfortunately, the pills turn out to have serious side effects and the trial is abandoned. Michael refuses to give up his new-found sense of calm and self control which the pills have provided, so he decides to continue the experiment on his own. Intoxicated by his immediate success, Michael feels an urge to take control of other people's lives as well. Slowly, his psychological games grow more drastic, until Michael makes a discovery which forces him to view his actions in a terrifying new light

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