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Nightmare Angel

USA, 1986 (MIFF 1987)

Director: Susan Emerling, Zoe Beloff

Jack and Diana Weston's lives are intruded upon by Dr de Freis, not long after their car accident. Dr de Freis is a chronicler of car accidents who attempts to verify the psychological changes which occur in victims of accidents and the subsequent articulation of their anxieties.

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