The Harvest (1993 film)

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The Harvest
The Harvest (1993 film).jpg
Directed by David Marconi
Written by David Marconi
Starring
Music by Rick Boston
Release date
1993
Running time
97 min.
Language English
Spanish

The Harvest is a 1993 thriller directed by David Marconi and starring Miguel Ferrer, Leilani Sarelle, Tony Denison and Henry Silva. Its soundtrack was played by artists from World Domination Recordings.

George Clooney appears briefly in the film, playing a transvestite; Clooney is also a cousin of the film's leading actor, Miguel Ferrer.

Plot[edit]

Charlie Pope (Miguel Ferrer) is a writer who goes to Mexico to write the ending of the plot for a movie. In Mexico he is attracted to a woman, Natalie (Leilani Sarelle). They go together to a beach where when she goes away to swim, he is attacked and wakes up five days later. When he wakes up he discovers that one of his kidneys has been removed. Rather than return he decides to find the "ring" whose members removed his kidney. He begins by tracking down Natalie (whose involvement with the ring he is unsure of). He returns to United States with Natalie. There he is attacked by Noel (Tony Denison) who tells him that the surgery was a failure and they require his other kidney. He learns that Natalie was involved in the ring. When Steve is about to kill Charlie, Natalie intervenes and Charlie is able to kill Steve and turn away the people who have come to remove his other kidney. It seems the end and Charlie is finishing the script when Detective Topo (Henry Silva) comes to meet him and informs him that he has questioned Natalie and she is innocent. Charlie goes out to meet her and sees that she looks identical to the Natalie he traveled with. In the end we hear a telephone conversation between Charlie and his boss (who had sent Charlie to Mexico) and we overhear that his boss has had a kidney transplant.

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