The Tesseract

Overview

From Oxide Pang, co-director of the international horror sensation The Eye, comes this stylish and high-tension adaptation of the book by The Beach author Alex Garland. As drug dealer Sean (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) and documentary filmmaker Rosa (Saskia Reeves) sit anxiously in a rundown Bangkok hotel, a series of intricately woven flashbacks reveal dangerous ties to a rising but powerful mob boss, a fearsome female assassin, and an anguished psychiatrist.
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Overview

From Oxide Pang, co-director of the international horror sensation The Eye, comes this stylish and high-tension adaptation of the book by The Beach author Alex Garland. As drug dealer Sean (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) and documentary filmmaker Rosa (Saskia Reeves) sit anxiously in a rundown Bangkok hotel, a series of intricately woven flashbacks reveal dangerous ties to a rising but powerful mob boss, a fearsome female assassin, and an anguished psychiatrist.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; U.S. trailer; Dolby 5.1; Japanese trailer; Widescreen
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2005
  • UPC: 829567022221
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Arts Alliance Amer
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 74,421

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jonathan Rhys Meyers Sean
Saskia Reeves Rosa
Alexander Rendel Wit
Carlo Manni
Lene Maria Christensen
Veradis Vinyarath
Technical Credits
Oxide Pang Chun Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Soon-Jun Bae Producer
Narongsak Chanchumral Casting
Piyapan Chooppetch Editor
Jun Hara Producer
James Iha Score Composer
Naoki Kai Producer
Michael Kawamura Executive Producer
Takashi Kusube Producer
Yoichi Matsumoto Executive Producer
Kazayoshi Miysato Executive Producer
Vithaya Navathong Production Designer
Patrick Neater Screenwriter
Udom Piboonlapudom Co-producer
Zan Sab Sound/Sound Designer
Decha Seemanta Cinematographer
Deecha Seemanta Cinematographer
Koichi Shibuya Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [1:57]
2. Hallucination [2:47]
3. Company [2:17]
4. The Briefcase [8:06]
5. Checking In [10:42]
6. Caught Stealing [11:59]
7. Typical Englishman [8:39]
8. Followed [5:34]
9. Missing Goods [8:56]
10. Another Gunman [2:32]
11. Wrong Connection [6:49]
12. "We're Alike" [11:35]
13. The Truth [2:33]
14. Everything Collides [4:42]
15. Gunman Revealed [3:34]
16. End Credits [3:49]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   US Trailer
   Japanese Trailer
   Sneak Previews
      Melvin Goes to Dinner
      MacArthur Park
      Die Mommie Die!
      Seeing Other People
      AKA
      Rick
      Soho Square
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Neither Matrix nor Memento

    Watched this on On Demand. Thought it was an "onion" movie but it unraveled down to nothing. Seemed to be purporting up to a plot, or central thematic climax, but didn't get there for me. Seemed interesting and intense, but didn't get the overall point of the movie. Neither cathartic nor fatalistic and difficult to find the main theme. Interesting watch if you are really bored.

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