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In the tradition of The Blair Witch Project and Faces of Death, this German film distributed by Troma aims to leave viewers wondering if the horror onscreen is real or simply make-believe. The action revolves around a pair of documentary filmmakers who seek out suicidal people willing to have their demise captured on film. Presented in full-screen with English and German subtitles, Suicide comes to DVD with an absolutely jam-packed package. Along with an introduction by Troma's Lloyd Kaufman and commentary by Mike Neun of Germany's Weekend of Fear Film Festival, the disc includes three deleted scenes, an interactive tour of the Troma studios, three music videos, two filmmaking featurettes, and several trailers for other Troma films. This DVD features the R-rated version. An unrated director's cut edition is also available with the same supplemental materials.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/04/2004
UPC: 0790357920808
Original Release: 2001
Rating: NR
Source: Troma
Region Code: 0

Special Features

Introduction by Lloyd Kaufman President of Troma Entertainment; Weekend of fear audio commentary; Deleted scenes; 3 music videos including Purple Pam's Kick in the Head; Interactive tour of Troma; Troma featurettes such as "The Arm Rip"; Troma "A bit more permanent than online dating"; Trailers; Plus loads of Troma-tic goodies!; Bonus Purple Pam "Kick in the Head" music video directed by Lloyd Kaufman

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. An End to Suffering [16:11]
2. Deep Cuts [13:10]
3. [15:16]
4. Last Goodbyes [17:05]
5. Assisted Suicide [15:22]
6. Murder Suicide [7:11]

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This german film, released here with it's original sundtrack and english subtitles, is totally unique in it's subject matter and in its form. Roughly it is about a young couple who decide to offer their services on a website to film other people's suicide. There is a lot more to it, but there are some very interesting and unexpected plot twists that would be a shame to give away - you just have to see this for yourself. It is entirely shot on Digital Video - but BEWARE all those people who have some strange grudge against this medium, let me tell you: this is the only way this film could have been made. This is one of those films where the choice of that medium is essential, enhances the horrifying nature of the film and, indeed, is no less than a character in the story. Funny thing is that, partly because of the use of video instead of filmstock, this film looks as though it was a lot easier to make than in reality is the case. There is no use of the obvious and much-too-often used digital effects that we are bored with in the multiplex theatres, everything looks as though it is plainly shot with a small handheld camera. But the suicides that are shown are so shockingly realistic and indeed much better looking than rapidly outdated digital effects in any 100 million dollar movie that it is hard to believe that the makers of this 'small' film have achieved this level of 100% realism. This is enhanced by the true-to-life acting of absolutely everybody in this film. It is dark and very unsettling, but essential to everyone interested in intelligent horrorfilms, german cinema from the likes of Jorg Buttgereit or Michael Haneke and for everyone who wants just that little bit more from a movie-experience than just laid-back entertainment.