Marker Trailer

Marker Trailer (2005)

"Don't let it get out" 01 May 2005 Fantasy, Sci-Fi, TV Movie 93 mins

In an isolated small town in the Pacific Northwest, Sylvia's teenaged life of juggling two boyfriends and an overprotective father is turned upside down when she discovers she has a bizarre virus which has randomly plagued the women in her community for decades and shamefully forced those afflicted into hiding. Sylvia undergoes a horrifying physical transformation, and she finds herself drawn into a persecuted underworld where she begins an astonishing journey of freakish self-discovery. Marker is a classic coming-of-age tale with a horror twist, which pits its heroine against her oppressors - the town's non-afflicted - in a battle for self-determination--and survival.

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Cast

Iris Graham

as Sylvia

Jonathan Cherry

as Spumoni Agnellos

Eric Johnson

as Roddy Dutch

Crew

John Paizs

Director

International Releases Dates

Canada 01 May 2005

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