Stuart Bliss Trailer

Stuart Bliss Trailer (1998)

18 April 1998 Drama, Thriller 88 mins

After his frustrated wife abruptly walks out on him, Stuart Bliss, a wizard at inventing campaigns for surplus military materials, believes he's catching the warning of a coming apocalypse. Descending into paranoia, he then begins to perceive every subtle change in his office as a sign of intrusion, imagining that he's being watched and possibly polluted with a contaminated substance.

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Cast

Michael Zelniker

as Stuart Bliss

Dea Lawrence

as Janet / Katerina

Crew

Neil Grieve

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 18 April 1998

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