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|Liam Neeson||, Eliot Deacon|
|Christina Ricci||, Anna|
|Justin Long||, Paul|
|Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo||Director, Screenwriter|
|Brad M. Gilbert||Producer|
|Paul Haslinger||Score Composer|
|Pamela Hirsch||Executive Producer|
|Catherine Kellner||Executive Producer|
|Edwin L. Marshall||Executive Producer|
|Luca Mosca||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|William O. Perkins III||Producer|
|Cooper Richey||Executive Producer|
|James Swisher||Executive Producer|
|Ford Wheeler||Production Designer|
Posted January 7, 2013
The killer in this is a mortician.
He chooses victims that he sees as the walking dead, ones who talk, walk and breath but don't feel alive. He causes accidents so his victims end up out cold and wounded. When they awake they're in the funeral home, and drugged. He tells them, and that they died in an accident and that he has a gift that he can speak to the dead, while letting the world believe they're dead. His latest victim is Christina Ricci.
The drugs keep her from feeling her body, she look like corpse when he's done. In the beginning she fights. Not to live but to escape. She spends most of the movie laying out on morge slab nude. By time of her funeral she's convinced that she's dead, and is glad - she glad it was over. At the end she's buried alive, and the killer has already chosen his next victim.