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Sanitarium (2013) DVD Review
The patient in the final case doesn’t seem to have a number, but either way it’s the story of James Silo (Lou Diamond Phillips) who appears to be living in some kind of underground bunker, filled to the brim with essential supplies. Interspersed with this below level existence are glimpses in flashback of how his life used to be. From being a college lecturer with a family, we see an obsession towards a Mayan prophecy for the end of the world gradually start to take over his life, scaring away his students and isolating himself from his family. Is there any way to stop this descent into solitary paranoia?
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