Movie Narrative: Removal (2010)

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            Removal (2010) is rated R.  Furthermore, it is 1 hour and 31 minutes long.  This movie is categorized under the thriller genre.  The official release date is November 7th, 2010.  The release date is for the Country of the United States of America.  The director was Nick Simon.  The writers were Daniel Meersand, Oz Perkins and Nick Simon.  The officially recognized stars of Removal (2010); were Billy Burke, Mark Kelly and Oz Perkins.  The list of the 11 most important cast members is as follows:
  • Billy Burke (Eric Kershe).
  • Mark Kelly (Cole Hindin).
  • Oz Perkins (Henry Sharpe).
  • Emma Caulfield (Jennifer Kershe).
  • Kelly Brook (Kirby).
  • Elliott Gould (Dr. Segal).
  • Sharon Omi (Sandra).
  • Sarah Burkhardt (Estranged Woman).
  • Bronwyn Cornelius (Susan Sharpe).
  • Kim Estes (Phil).
  • Evan Helmuth (Todd).

            The synopsis follows.  Removal (2010) is a thriller story out of the U.S.A.  In the U.S.A., there is a struggle, between, two alter egos.  Interestingly, everything begins as a horrific double murder and suicide.  Eric Kershe, is the man who killed his wife and son.  Before he commits suicide, his personality becomes two personalities.  One personality or person becomes the alter ego, of the other personality or person.  The events that cause the struggle, are as follows.  Eric Kershe has his employment terminated.  Unexpectedly, Kershe calls Cole Hindin.  Kershe asks Cole to go to his house, immediately.  Cole arrives at Kershe’s house and knocks, but, the door is open.  Cole enters calling Kershe’s name, and, Kershe answers.  Cole finds Kershe naked and sitting on the toilet.  Regrettably, Kershe commits suicide, in front of Cole.  Cole passes time in a psychiatric hospital.  Cole is released, and, he starts his new life; as a divorced man who cleans carpets.  One day, a job at a multi-million dollar home extends his work day; into the late hours.  The owner of the house, Henry Sharpe, is selling his house.  Furthermore, he convinces Cole to clean his carpets and floors; immediately.  Sharpe locks the master suite.  Henry Sharpe behaves, as if, he killed his wife and son.  Cole always feels afraid that, he will be asked to clean up a double murder.  The job, Henry Sharpe and the locked master suite make Cole feel crazy.  Furthermore, his mental illness becomes super intense.  Eric Kershe returns to torment the mind of Cole.  Everything culminates, with the revelation of who is the real person; Cole or Kershe.  One, is the alter ego of the other.  Director, Nick Simon, does a very good job.  This thriller story is a very entertaining movie.  Additionally, the scenes with music add a lot of valuable touches, to the story.  The double personalities alter ego, thing, is cleverly introduced.  The writers do an equally very good job.  The Cole and Kershe characters, are fascinating characters.  Additionally, Eric Kershe is a well written character.  The officially recognized stars contribute tremendously.  They would be missed, if they were not chosen.  Special recognition is merited to Mark Kelly, for the Cole Hindin character.  Overall, Removal (2010) earns the rating of 7 out of 10.
            The movie narrative of, Removal (2010), is as follows.  Someone cleans up a mess involving a lot of blood.  The person showers, and, there is a lot of blood going down the drain.  Eric Kershe is the purpose of a meeting.  Furthermore, Kershe is having his employment terminated.  Kershe asks questions, and, he drags out the meeting.  The meeting ends, and, Kershe arrives at his house.  Additionally, he sits in the car thinking.  Kershe enters his house, and, time passes.  At his house Cole showers, puts on clean clothes, makes coffee and enters his car in order; to leave the garage.  Unexpectedly, he receives an urgent telephone call, from Kershe.  Kershe asks Cole, to go to his house.  Cole arrives at Kershe’s house.  Cole enters Kershe’s house, whilst simultaneously, calling Kershe’s mobile telephone.  Cole can hear Kershe’s telephone ringing.  Cole knocks on the door, but, the door is open.  Cole enters, and, Kershe’s telephone keeps ringing.  Cole walks up the stairs, calling Kershe’s name.  Unexpectedly, Kershe answers Cole.  Cole walks towards Kershe’s voice.  Additionally, Cole finds Kershe on the toilet; naked.  Cole is inside the bathroom.  Cole sees a dead woman in the shower, and, Kershe starts to hold a gun to his head.  Kershe talks to Cole, about feeling depressed.  Kershe calls the situation, a family affair.  Kershe continues talking.  Unexpectedly; Kershe puts the gun in his mouth, and, he commits suicide.  The scene changes and time passes.  Cole is in a psychiatric hospital.  Furthermore, Cole is in a meeting with his wife and two doctors.  Cole’s wife is not happy, in her marriage, to Cole.  The doctors recommend 60 more days, at the psychiatric hospital.  Cole’s time at the psychiatric hospital, has ended.  He packs his luggage, and, he registers out.  Additionally, he receives his medication, before he leaves.  Outside the psychiatric hospital, Cole waits for his wife.  Cole starts his new job cleaning carpets.  Cole cleans carpets, and, he feels mentally nervous.  Cole finishes the job, and, he calls his boss.  Cole tries to end the work day, but, the boss has one more job.  Cole refuses to do the job.  Finally, Cole agrees to do the job.  Cole drives a long distance.  Cole arrives at a multi-million dollar house.  The housekeeper speaks Spanish, but, Cole is able to communicate with her.  Cole is taken, in order, to wait for the owner.  The owner is selling the house, and, he is talking to a realtor.  The realtor is a woman.  The owner reprimands Cole, because, he is late.  The owner wants Cole to start the carpet cleaning work; immediately.  Cole replies that he surveys, and then, he does a price estimation.  The owner is named, Henry Sharpe.  Sharpe tells Cole to look around, and that, he’ll talk to him in a few minutes.  Cole does the survey and price estimation.  Cole watches the realtor argue with Sharpe.  The realtor asks about Sharpe’s wife.  They continue to argue about Sharpe’s wife.  Outside the house, Cole talks to his boss.  The boss tells Cole to finish the job.  Cole talks to Sharpe, about the carpet cleaning job.  Sharpe wants the job completed; immediately.  Cole recommends that, he should return next week with two other men.  Sharpe demands that, the job has to be completed; immediately.  Sharpe offers Cole an additional $5,000 dollars; directly to Cole.  Cole rejects the offer.  Cole sits in his van.  Unexpectedly, he remembers the day his wife, asked him to leave the house.  Additionally; Cole’s wife wants Cole out of her life, and, their son’s life.  Cole feels his mental anxiety, and, he looks for his medication.  Regrettably, Cole doesn’t have more medication.  Cole leaves the headlights on the van, turned on.  Cole re-enters the house, and, looks for Sharpe.  Sharpe returns and Cole, accepts the offer.  Cole cleans the carpets and floors, throughout, the entire house.  Cole feels his mental anxiety.  Furthermore, he starts to hear noises.  The telephone rings, and, Cole listens to the voice message.  Cole begins to feel nervous, about Sharpe.  Cole continues to clean the carpets and floors.  Cole’s mental anxiety intensifies.  Cole remembers a day, in which, he spoke to his wife about his mental illness.  Additionally, Cole thinks his wife has another man in the house.  Cole becomes angry, and, their son enters the room.  Cole’s wife is fed up with him, and, she leaves the room.  Cole’s mind returns to the job, at Sharpe’s house.  Cole uses the bathroom, and, he starts to hear noises.  Cole starts to look for the noises.  He stops looking, and, he watches Sharpe.  Cole continues, to clean the carpets and floors.  Cole remembers his son.  Cole continues cleaning.  Cole cleans, and, he arrives at a locked door.  Unexpectedly, Cole remembers the Kershe suicide.  During the memory episode, Sharpe approaches to tell Cole that the door is locked.  Cole tells Sharpe that, he is almost done.  Sharpe confesses to Cole that, he is giving him a hard time.  Cole feels suspicious, about Sharpe.  Sharpe asks Cole, if, they have met before.  Cole replies, no.  Cole asks for permission, to finish the job.  Sharpe asks Cole, if, he can help him with something.  In the garage; Sharpe asks Cole for help, putting two heavy trunks inside his car.  Cole leaves to bring the car around.  Unexpectedly, a mobile telephone starts to ring, from inside the trunk.  Cole feels very nervous, about Sharpe.  Sharpe returns with the car, and, the trunks are put inside the car.  However, Cole feels very nervous about Sharpe.  Sharpe becomes angry, at Cole.  Furthermore, he tells Cole to meet him, in the kitchen.  Cole attempts to talk to his ex-wife, but, he leaves a voice message instead.  Additionally; Cole looks for his medication, but, he doesn’t have more.  Unexpectedly, Cole remembers the day of Kershe’s suicide.  Cole uses the bathroom, and, he also uses medication that he has found in the bathroom.  Cole continues to remember, the Kershe suicide.  In the kitchen, Sharpe invites Cole to sit, where he wants.  Sharpe prepares a rabbit dinner.  He also gives Cole, his own bottle of wine to drink.  Cole and Sharpe, pass awkward time in the kitchen talking.  Unexpectedly, Cole starts to feel mental anxiety.  The mental anxiety, becomes, super intense.  Cole and Sharpe, continue to pass awkward time in the kitchen.  Unexpectedly, Sharpe leads the way to the master suite.  They enter the master suite, and, Sharpe talks about the hatred that he feels; towards his wife.  The master suite is in a destroyed state.  There are blood or wine stains in several places, and immediately, Cole remembers the Kershe suicide.  Cole continues to remember the Kershe suicide, meanwhile, Sharpe continues to rant and rave about his ex-wife.  Finally, Cole asks Sharpe, if he killed his wife and son.  Sharpe replies in a hypothetical way.  Sharpe orders Cole to finish the job, and, clean the master suite.  Sharpe leaves the master suite, and, Cole prepares to clean it.  Unexpectedly; Cole’s mental anxiety intensifies, and, he hears voices.  Additionally, Kershe starts to talk to Cole.  Kershe talks to Cole, about, the things they share.  He also asks Cole, if, Sharpe knows about the both of them.  Kershe continues talking to Cole.  Kershe begins to talk to Cole, about his suicide.  From this point forward; the series of events, take the viewer, to the end.  Kershe re-tells the story of his suicide.  However, he adds new information this time.  It is revealed that, one is the alter ego, of the other.  Additionally, only one person is real.  Finally; you have to watch, in order to know, how this movie ends.
            The movie narrative of the feature film, Removal (2010), ends with some Hollywood facts.  The country of origin is the United States of America.  The official language is English.  There are other notable release dates.  The other notable release dates are:  U.S.A., November 7, 2010 (AFI Fest); U.S.A., April 30, 2011 (Hill Country Film Festival) and U.S.A., January 3, 2012 (DVD Premiere).  There are 2 filming locations, in total, for this feature film.  The filming locations are Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. and Santa Clarita, California, U.S.A.  Unfortunately, there is no box office data that is available for this movie.  The production company is Silvatar Media.  There are four distributors for this particular movie.  All of these distributors are; Grindstone Entertainment Group (Worldwide), Lionsgate (Worldwide), Paragon Movies (Germany) and Schroder Media (Germany).
            To end and as always, RB28’s Movie Narratives, encourages you to continue reading the posted movie narratives.  The aforementioned blog strives to provide basic information, so that it, becomes inspiration.  Movies are a great pleasure to RB28’s Movie Narratives, and, the blog’s author hopes that they are for you as well.  For this week, and in conclusion, the feature film was Removal (2010).  RB28’s Movie Narratives looks forward to seeing you next week, when another movie will be highlighted.


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