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Unknown White Male

Unknown White Male ★★★½ 2005 (PG-13)

Spellbinding documentary following the lost life of Doug Bruce, a man with retrograde amnesia. Two years prior Doug took a subway trip to Coney Island; once he arrived he didn't know where he was or why he was there. Since that time, for reasons no one knows, his entire memory has been wiped out. His family, his girlfriend, his home have become pieces in a puzzle he's unable to fit back together. Completely absorbing and provocative. Would make for a wicked psycho-drama. 88m/C DVD . USD: Rupert Murray; C: Orlando Stuart; M: Mukul.

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