Naked Souls

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Naked Souls
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Region 2 DVD cover
Directed by Lyndon Chubbuck
Produced by Ivana Chubbuck
Lyndon Chubbuck
Written by Frank Dietz
Starring Brian Krause
Pamela Anderson
David Warner
Dean Stockwell
Music by Nigel Holton
Cinematography Eric J. Goldstein
Edited by Rebecca Ross
Distributed by Warner Vision Entertainment
Release date
  • May 18, 1996 (1996-05-18)
Running time
85 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $7 million
Box office $59,458,142

Naked Souls is a 1996 film starring Brian Krause and Pamela Anderson. It was written by Frank Dietz and directed by Lyndon Chubbuck.

While Pamela Anderson plays only a small role in the plot, much of the advertising and even the movie tagline ("She's about to bare her soul... and all that goes with it") is focused on her.[citation needed]

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Edward, a scientist doing research in an attempt to read and record people's thoughts, has a relationship with his artist girlfriend Britt. The extensive time he puts into his research leaves him little time for his relationship with Britt. Just as Edward is about to give up on his research, he is contacted by the mysterious Everett Longstreet who offers Edward both a place to do his research and unlimited funding. As Edward gets closer to making a breakthrough with his research he becomes suspicious of Everett and his ulterior motives as he realizes that he is getting closer to not only unlocking the mind but also the secrets of eternal death.

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