Conjunction (2003) - Watch Online. Directed by James Fotopoulos

Genres Sci-Fi    
Director    
Writers James Fotopoulos
Country USA
Language English
Plot The actors from Jerusalem relocate from barren apartment to cheap motel and continue their psychological explorations. This second installment adds new cast members as the physical performances continue with the aid of garbage props, surveillance video, animated solarization, strobe lights, masks, wigs and blood.... search for Conjunction on IMDb

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    Directed by James Fotopoulos. The actors from Jerusalem relocate from barren apartment to cheap motel and continue their psychological explorations. This second installment adds new cast members as the physical ...

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