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Terry O Terry O'Quinn
Dr. Linden
Bronwen Mantel Bronwen Mantel
Mrs. Linden
John Pyper-Ferguson John Pyper-Ferguson
Stan Fraker
Helene Udy Helene Udy
Marcia Bateman
Patricia Collins Patricia Collins
Aunt Dorothy
Steven Bednarski Steven Bednarski
Leon - Age 13

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Sandor Stern Sandor Stern


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A Plastic Nightmare!

9 years, 2 months ago at Mar 1 15:40
filmed in 1988, about a family who is brought up and tought lessons of both health and the body by their plastic friend named Pin. An anatomicaly correct model of the human body; Pin sits in dr. Linden's office and talks to both Leon and ursula about problems while growing up, but only when they're father is around. Good job dad; setting up you're kids with the pure belief of a friend who talks ab... read more
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Description: A doctor has a lifelike, anatomically-correct medical dummy, with muscles and organs visible through its clear skin, named Pin (after Pinocchio). Via ventriloquism, Pin explains bodily functions in a way kids can relate to. When the over-strict doctor and his wife are killed in a car crash, his son (Leon) transfers his alter-ego into Pin, whom he always believed was alive. He starts using Pin as an excuse to over-protect his sister (Ursula) from admirers and deflect unwanted intrusions, even to the extent of committing murder. Written by Cynan Rees [Link removed - login to see] ... (more)
Release date: 27 January 1989
UPC: 013131132298
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" Directed by: Sandor Stern Produced by: Jim Begg, Pierre David, Rene Malo, and Jeff Sneidermsn Written by: Sandor Stern Based on the novel by: Andrew Niederman Cinematography: Guy Dufaux Edited by: Patrick Dodd Music by: Patrick Manning Robinson Distributed by: New World Pictures"

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"Well, that was one of the most uncomfortable films I've ever sat through... It's a very subdued and creepy low-budget psychological horror film, focusing on slowly digging under your skin, rather than being over-the-top and full of jump-scares and gore. The concept never gets silly, instead the titular character feels more and more real, which is perhaps the scariest part..."

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