Diagnosis: Death   (2009)
Two people meet as guinea pigs in a weekend drug trial. Andre (an unethical high school teacher) and Juliet (a bookish teenager) soon discover their lives are in more danger than they imagined. The staff are peculiar. The drugs cause hallucinations. Or is the clinic really haunted? Struggling with their senses, they must team up to unravel a spooky mystery.
Details
Running Time:
82
Genre(s):
Comedy, Romance
Cast:
Bret McKenzie, Jessica Grace Smith, Rhys Darby, Raybon Kan, Jermaine Clement
Director(s):
Jason Stutter
Writer(s):
Jason Stutter, Raybon Kan
Producer(s):
Jason Stutter, Raybon Kan
Project Status:
Catalog
Origin Country(s)/Region(s)
New Zealand
Subtitled In:
English
US Box:
$0 USD
Worldwide Box:
$0 USD

Ratings:

Motion Picture Association of America — Restricted to minors
Synopsis
IT’S THE DATE of a lifetime for Andre Chang - but at the worst possible moment, in the worst possible way, Andre’s life turns upside down. Diagnosed as terminal, with only months to live, the mild-mannered high school teacher seizes his only chance: to be a guinea pig on a drug trial. For Juliet - beautiful, feisty and 18 - life is just beginning, when she’s told it’s about to end. Both terminal, both guinea pigs, Andre and Juliet meet on a drug trial. Locked in for the weekend, they discover the clinic may pose more harm than they bargained on. The drugs cause hallucinations. Or are they seeing ghosts for real? Struggling with their senses, they must team up to solve a haunting secret. For Andre and Juliet, being terminal is just the beginning. Inside the clinic, under the supervision of the sinister Nurse Bates, their lives are in more danger than they thought....more

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