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Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby (19-Oct-1999)

Director: Matthew Bright

Writer: Matthew Bright

Keywords: Thriller, Lesbian, Women in Prison, Prostitution

Sequel to Freeway (1996).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Vincent Gallo
Actor
11-Apr-1961   Buffalo '66
David Alan Grier
Comic
30-Jun-1955   In Living Color
John Landis
Film Director
3-Aug-1950   An American Werewolf in London
Natasha Lyonne
Actor
4-Apr-1979   Slums of Beverly Hills
Max Perlich
Actor
28-Mar-1968   Brodie on Homicide
Michael T. Weiss
Actor
2-Feb-1962   The Pretender

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Review by James Richardson (posted on 21-Mar-2005)

This is a rather nasty flick directed by Matthew Bright. It's not really very graphic, you don't see much of the blood. It's the language in question: it's the worst i've ever heard in a film. I'm not one to be easily shocked but after a Charles Manson film I saw recently this is the most shocking films I have ever seen.

It stars Natasha Lyonne as "White Girl" real name Cristal. A life criminal, who makes money by posing as a prostitute and then robbing her would be client. Maria Celedonio as crazed Lesbian, murderer Cylona. But it's Vincent Gallo's portrayal of Sister Gomez that steals the show.

This is a nasty flick but well worth watching for the great ending. Once again Matthew Bright mixes Brothers Grimm fairy tails with the modern world.


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