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Sugar

Director: PATRICK JOLLEY & REYNOLD REYNOLDS

U.S.A • 2005 • 80 MIN


When a woman rents a miserably tiny room, she finds mountains of belongings from the previous tenant, ‘Anthony,’ as well as messages on the machine from the landlord, his mother, and a calm, threatening Irishman. As she cleans up the place, she begins to experience uncanny visions, nightmares, and the feeling that Anthony is much closer than she imagined. Sugar is a terrifying, intoxicating cockroach-eye view into the sweet surrender of hysteria and comforts of urban claustrophobia that will have you crawling out of your skin. – Sundance Film Festival Programme

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