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Remake Remake

Adam Roberts Adam Roberts
£12.99

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Adam Roberts' Remake, reshoots the 1960's Italian Grindhouse horror film Seddok, l'erede di Satana by Anton Giulio Majano scene for scene with the later dubbed English soundtrack, but minus the presence of any of the films characters. The story centres around a stripper who after being horribly disfigured in a car accident, contemplates suicide, until she meets Professor Levin who offers to heal her with a secretly developed atomic wonder drug that is able to regenerate damaged skin, but which leads to a spine-chilling result, as Levin's growing love for her ultimately leads to a string of blood-curdling murders.

Adam Roberts recently exhibited work at the BFI Southbank, London, the Soho Factory, Warsaw, the Broadway Cinema, Hong Kong, the Loikka Dance Festival, Finland and at the Beirut International Platform for Dance. He was born in Colombia and lives and works in London

First Edition of 50 copies Adam Roberts' Remake, reshoots the 1960's Italian Grindhouse horror film Seddok, l'erede di Satana by Anton Giulio Majano scene for scene with the later dubbed English soundtrack, but minus the presence of any of the films characters. The story centres around a stripper who after being horribly disfigured in a car accident, contemplates suicide, until she meets Professor Levin who offers to heal her with a secretly developed atomic wonder drug that is able to regenerate damaged skin, but which leads to a spine-chilling result, as Levin's growing love for her ultimately leads to a string of blood-curdling murders.

Adam Roberts recently exhibited work at the BFI Southbank, London, the Soho Factory, Warsaw, the Broadway Cinema, Hong Kong, the Loikka Dance Festival, Finland and at the Beirut International Platform for Dance. He was born in Colombia and lives and works in London

First Edition of 50 copies

Extras

DVD featurette includes a specially commissioned interview with Adam Roberts at Gordon Shrigley's studio with Roger Clarke and Ian Monk, directed by Gordon Shrigley.

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Additional Info

SKU 2100000026586
Year 2011 (DVD 2011)
Director Roberts, Adam
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Filmarmalade
Countries UK
Colour B&W
Running time 36 min
DVD region 2
Certificate N/a

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