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Drama The line between reality and delusion is blurred as they discover a bug Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon in Bug () Michael Shannon in Bug. Bug is a American-German independent psychological horror film directed by William Friedkin. It stars Ashley Judd, Michael Shannon, and Harry Connick. 25 Sep A lonely waitress with a tragic past, Agnes rooms in a run-down motel, living in fear of her abusive, recently paroled ex-husband. But, when.
I was intrigued to see what theories people would put up, but since no one bothered, I'll give it a go. EDIT: This isn't an easy question, so this is. 24 May William Friedkin's latest film, "Bug," begins as an ominous rumble of unease, and builds to a shriek. The last 20 minutes are searingly intense: A. 25 May What goes on in Aggie's head is the point of departure for Bug, which is not, as early trailers suggested, anything like a conventional horror film.
9 Jan I had no intention of reviewing Bug when I pressed “Play”; however, 90 minutes later, I had no choice BUT to review it. Directed by William. A lonely waitress with a tragic past, Agnes rooms in a run-down motel, living in fear of her abusive, recently paroled ex-husband. But when Agnes begins a. Bug movie reviews & Metacritic score: Probing the blurry lines between paranoia and nightmarish reality, Bug is an intense, mind-bending psychological thrill. 12 Nov Bug () Movie. As the film moved forward what we find is something completely different. Sure there are bugs, but not in the way you'd think. Has anyone else seen this movie? I just finished watching it and I was surprised - the reviews I'd read had given me pretty low expectations but.
Bug is a film about a man, a loner, at first sweet and gentle, who holes up with his new girlfriend Agnes. He's a Gulf War veteran, and believes he's the. Find trailers, reviews, synopsis, awards and cast information for Bug () - William Friedkin on AllMovie - Academy Award-winning Exorcist director William . 6 Oct There is no gratuitous or grotesque violence in Bug, despite what audiences were expecting back in Most of the violence is grounded. When Peter reveals that the military deliberately infected him with a bug and that he has tiny insects crawling under his skin, paranoia begins to envelope the.