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    Naked Lunch

    After developing an addiction to the substance he uses to kill bugs, an exterminator accidentally murders his wife and becomes involved in a secret government plot being orchestrated by giant bugs in a port town in North Africa.
    Duration: 115 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1991
    IMDb: 7.1
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  • Actors of "Naked Lunch"

  • Characters of "Naked Lunch"

    Bill Lee. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Peter Weller
    Joan Frost. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Judy Davis
    Tom Frost. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Ian Holm
    Yves Cloquet. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Julian Sands
    Dr. Benway. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Roy Scheider
    Fadela. Character of Naked Lunch
    Hank. Character of Naked Lunch
    Martin. Character of Naked Lunch
    Hans. Character of Naked Lunch
    Kiki. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Joseph Scoren
    Creature Voices. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Peter Boretski
    Hafid. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Yuval Daniel
    Hauser. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: John Friesen
    O'Brien. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Sean McCann
    A.J. Cohen. Character of Naked Lunch
    Played by: Howard Jerome
    Pawnbroker. Character of Naked Lunch
  • Directors of "Naked Lunch"

    David Cronenberg. Director of Naked Lunch
    David Cronenberg
    Birthdate: 15 March 1943, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Creators of "Naked Lunch"

    William S. Burroughs. Director of Naked Lunch
    William S. Burroughs
    Birthdate: 5 February 1914, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
    David Cronenberg. Director of Naked Lunch
    David Cronenberg
    Birthdate: 15 March 1943, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Critic Reviews of "Naked Lunch"

    Scene-Stealers.com
    April 23, 2013

    A challenge if you're expecting a forward-moving plot but there's also more than enough pitch-black humor and straight-faced madness to lighten the mood, especially since Burroughs' strange lingo and vicious knack for language are intact.

    Examiner.com
    April 12, 2013

    If you've yet to purchase this incredible mind-trip involving bug powder, Brazilian centipedes, typewriters turning into giant insects, and bumping into Mugwumps in bars then the Blu-ray release is well worth your hard earned money.

    ColeSmithey.com
    July 18, 2009

    ...very nearly accomplishes the book's goal of "extinguishing all rational thought."

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    September 05, 2007

    a respectful fugue on Burroughs' life and art ... It can be forgiven its acolyte's soul, for it is willing ...to confront Burroughs' signature themes of addiction and control, and to meld them into ... an evocation of the master.

    Urban Cinefile
    May 05, 2007

    This is the only film in which a typewriter beetle kills another typewriter beetle for being a secret agent. I mention it only because of the relevance of the written word, and typewriters %u2013 portable ones in this case %u2013 are the medium of the mes

    Zap2it.com
    September 08, 2005

    Given that nobody could really have adapted Burroughs' book in any literal manner, what Cronenberg does instead is predictably creepy, warped and dreamy.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    January 18, 2004

    Stands on its own apart from the book.

    Reno Gazette-Journal
    January 05, 2004

    There are no great scenes, just flat moments of weirdness with lots of schlorping noises.

    Nick's Flick Picks
    August 15, 2003

    One of Cronenberg's most difficult but deliriously clever and emotionally insinuating films.

    eFilmCritic.com
    July 10, 2003

    Cronenberg's overly-ambitious attempt at filming the unfilmable.

    Film Freak Central
    March 09, 2003

    At root the most personal mission statement of a vital cinematic voice.

    Capital Times (Madison, WI)
    March 06, 2003

    Cronenberg is the right man for a very, very odd job.

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