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Anguish (1987)


An ophthalmologist's assistant with an unhealthy interest in human eyeballs goes on a killing spree to collect eyeballs for his overbearing mother's collection. Reality soon takes a bizarre turn, both for the characters and the audience.

Anguish (1987)

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Released Year: 1987
Runtime: 86 minutes
Genre: Crime, Horror, Thriller
Directors: Bigas Luna
Writers: Bigas Luna

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An ophthalmologist's assistant with an unhealthy interest in human eyeballs goes on a killing spree to collect eyeballs for his overbearing mother's collection. Reality soon takes a bizarre turn, both for the characters and the audience.

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