In the smallest of Florida towns a lone well driller, Joe, works gathering geological samples for a university study. Unknowingly, Joe unearths more than just primordial muck from deep below the swamp. A strange oozing liquid, is absorbed into Joe's skin and slowly transposes his sense of pain and pleasure. Unaware that he is now a victim and carrier of a horrible virus, Joe lingers in town a few extra days to woo the town's pretty diner waitress, Maria. Allen, a weekly town visitor and long time suitor of Maria's, is unaware of Joe's romantic interest. When Allen's frequent visits to see Maria are delayed by work, Allen must make a final decision to quit his job and propose to Maria or break off their relationship. When Allen makes the decision to move to Ochopee and marry Maria he arrives to find the town a changed place. Maria, often hinting at marriage, is no longer interested and somehow a darker... Written by Jozef Lenders
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Mary Jane C (jp) wrote: Although this is well acted, Kevin Sullivan overstayed his welcome several years ago when Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story came out. I do not like fake stories about Anne's life which go far astray from the original.
Joseph L (mx) wrote: STARGATE CAN NEVER BE BAD
casie k (de) wrote: this movie looks good
Artur K (ru) wrote: Just amazingly Czech ;) Nothing particular to mention, but it's just amusing. It certailny moved me.
Sophia F (ru) wrote: its a relly good moive
Carlos M (ag) wrote: Sometimes it is better for a film to be more straightforward in order to work, and this sinister Asian horror movie is ironically too unpredictable for its own good and fails to be as scary as it believes to be (and that is because it is so strangely confusing until the end).
Jesse M (ag) wrote: Great movie, My favorite Spike Lee film.. Almost made me cry and I don't cry bro.
Samuel M (ru) wrote: My least favorite Tarantino movie.
Amanda E (us) wrote: This was one of my favorite movies as a kid. When my family rented movies I always wanted this one, even though I had seen it countless times. It's a bit cheesy, but everyone has a guilty pleasure movie and this and its sequel are some of mine.
Chris C (nl) wrote: money grabbing film!
Paul D (es) wrote: This would probably get slammed nowadays, but the for the time it was produced it is a surrealist masterpiece that certainly needs to be watched more than once to make any sense of it.