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Los Feliz 3 | Introduction by Jim Branscome
Print courtesy of the American Genre Film Archive
‘Bleak Week: Cinema of Despair – Year Two’ and ‘Cinematic Void’
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Home / Now Showing / Cinematic Void Presents IN A GLASS CAGE
In Spanish with English subtitles
After a botched suicide attempt, a former Nazi doctor and sadistic child murderer is encased in an iron lung to keep him alive. When a new caregiver is brought on to help, it turns out that this person is not who they seem and has a sinister agenda. One of the most controversial art house shockers of all time.
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