Revision – Apocalypse II
|Revision - Apocalypse II|
|Directed by||Edwin Brienen|
|Produced by||Edwin Brienen|
|Screenplay by||Edwin Brienen|
Jacob Dove Basker
|Music by||Vincent Koreman|
|Edited by||Daniela Boch|
MVD Visual (US)|
Filmfreak Distribution (Benelux)
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.
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.
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’.
"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
European Filmfreak Distribution released the film in 2010. A North-American DVD release is scheduled for 21 August 2012 through MVD Visual.
- on YouTube
- MVD Visual US Release
- Official website director
- Revision - Apocalypse II on IMDb
- Filmkrant review (Dutch only)
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