Communion (1989 film)
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Special Collector's Edition DVD cover
|Directed by||Philippe Mora|
|Produced by||Philippe Mora|
|Written by||Whitley Strieber|
|Music by||Eric Clapton
|Edited by||Lee Smith|
|Distributed by||New Line Cinema
|Box office||$1.92 million|
Starring Christopher Walken and Frances Sternhagen, it tells a story of a family that experiences an extraterrestrial phenomenon while on vacation at a remote home in the wilderness during which the father is abducted and all of their lives change. According to Strieber, the story is a real-life account of his own encounter with "visitors", with Walken playing the role of the author.
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It received a mostly negative critical reaction due to Walken's performance and was panned by Strieber himself due to its non-factual portrayal of him. The film was considered a box office failure.
The score was composed by Eric Clapton. No soundtrack album was ever released.
- Christopher Walken as Whitley Strieber
- Lindsay Crouse as Anne Strieber
- Frances Sternhagen as Dr. Janet Duffy
- Andreas Katsulas as Alex
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