High atop the world in his remote mountain cabin, Dr. Franklin Vick is engaged in highly unethical medical research.
His field of expertise: resurrection.
His test subject: Adam Schmidt — a troubled medical student who volunteers
to be killed again and again in the name of science.
Together, the doctor and his new assistant work in snowbound isolation,
perfecting their death tactics before unleashing their discovery
to the world. But there's a problem: Death has its side
Subject Two is a haunting psychological
thriller produced by Cardiac Pictures and Chabo Films, and directed
by Philip Chidel from his own original screenplay. The film stars
Christian Oliver and Dean Stapleton. After premiering as a Midnight
Movie at the 2006
Sundance Film Festival, Subject Two won
the Audience Award at the Silver
Lake Film Festival and was named Best Feature
at the London
International Festival of Science Fiction & Fantasy Film.
The independent feature was shot entirely on location in and above
Aspen, Colorado. In the winter. Atop the mountains at a height of
12000'. Eight miles from civilization. With no electricity and no
running water. With a cast and crew of only 9 people. And it took
an hour-and-a-half snowmobile caravan just to get to the location.
Yes... it was cold.
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