Black Sorrow (1989) - Watch Online. Directed by Anton Beebe

Genres Short     Thriller    
Director    
Writers Anton Beebe (writer)
Cast    
Country Australia
Language English
Runtime 12 min
Plot ... search for Black Sorrow on IMDb

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  • Black Sorrow (1989) - IMDb

    Directed by Anton Beebe. With Barry Otto. A psychiatrist fights to convince his patient that his urge to slide into comfortable insanity is not an option.

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