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by George Sluizer


Boy, a young widower with native American roots, lives in a desert in the USA contaminated by nuclear tests. In this desolate place, surrounded by katchina dolls which the indigenous population believes possess magical powers, he awaits the end of the world. His refuge is suddenly invaded by Harry and Buffy, a couple second honeymooning in an attempt to save their marriage. When their Bentley breaks down in the middle of nowhere, Boy offers to help. But then, hoping to cross over into a better world with Buffy, he starts treating them like prisoners.

international title: Dark Blood
original title: Dark Blood
country: Netherlands, United Kingdom
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: George Sluizer
film run: 86'
screenplay: Jim Barton
cast: River Phoenix, Jonathan Pryce, Judy Davis, Rhonda Aldrich, T. Dan Hopkins, Karen Black
cinematography by: Edward Lachman
film editing: Michiel Reichwein
art director: Ben Van Os, Jan Roelfs
costumes designer: Jane Robinson
music: Florencia Di Concilio
producer: Joanne Sellar
co-producer: Daniel Lupi
production: Scala Productions Ltd., Sluizer Films, Fine Line Features/US
backing: Netherlands Film Fund
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