Revision – Apocalypse II

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Revision - Apocalypse II
Directed by Edwin Brienen
Produced by Edwin Brienen
Screenplay by Edwin Brienen
Starring Eva Dorrepaal
Clayton Nemrow
Jacob Dove Basker
Oliver Chesler
Valerie Renay
Simon Werner
Music by Vincent Koreman
Cinematography Fabian Aust
Edited by Daniela Boch
Distributed by MVD Visual (US)
Filmfreak Distribution (Benelux)
Release date
  • December 16, 2009 (2009-12-16) (Clair-Obscur Film Festival)
Running time
80 minutes
Country US
Germany
Netherlands
Language English

Revision – Apocalypse II is a 2009 drama/ horror film written and directed by Edwin Brienen. The film is an international co-production of Germany, Netherlands and the United States and celebrated its premiere at the Netherlands Film Festival in 2010.

Plot[edit]

A government-controlled society. Former nude model Traci (Eva Dorrepaal) has lost her grip on reality. She feels threatened by an invisible force, a ‘Big Brother’. Under influence of her photographer husband Charlie (Clayton Nemrow), she rejects God and surrenders herself to the ultimate act of evil: murder. Outside the streets are burning. The return of a false Messiah causes destruction and chaos. Haunted by her inner-demon (Jacob Dove Basker), Traci slowly sinks into madness.

Soundtrack[edit]

All music was written and performed by the House of Destructo, a project of Dutch producer Vincent Koreman. The Horrorist makes an appearance with the song ‘Sex Machine’.

Critical response[edit]

"Inappropriate? Monstrous? Or is it crossing borders? And simply brilliant? It actually all fits: 'Revision' is eccentric and over-the-top. Brienen belongs to a small group of directors: you can love him and hate him at the same time." -Filmkrant, Netherlands

DVD[edit]

European Filmfreak Distribution released the film in 2010. A North-American DVD release is scheduled for 21 August 2012 through MVD Visual.

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