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MethHead is a cautionary tale about extremes. Like 'Breaking Bad', the film depicts the terrifying consequences of meth in America. An innocent night of partying leads Kyle to new friends and crystal meth, eventually costing him everything.
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MethHead is the story of a young gay man Kyle, played by Lucas Haas (Witness, Inception) who takes crystal meth at a party and finds himself spiralling out of control from the addiction shortly after. His loving partner, Julius, played by Wilson Cruz (Party of Five, Red Band Society) tries desperately to save him from himself. Unfortunately, the draw of the drug and the new friends he has acquired takes him down this dark path of destruction. His new friends, Maia and Dusty, are portrayed brilliantly by Necar Zadegan (24, Elena Undone) and Blake Berris (Days of Our Lives, Crazy Bitches). The bond they all develop over the use of this life altering drug is very raw and incredibly deep. The damage that is caused is devastating. There are several supporting actors who are exceptional from Barbara Niven (Cedar Cove, A Perfect Ending) to Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down) and Theo Rossi (Sons of Anarchy). This is a very powerful film that I believe needs to be seen. Jane Clark, Writer/Director, takes you on a gritty ride into the depths of despair created by the use of crystal meth. Her careful direction allows the viewer to feel an emotional connection with Kyle. The story she has written tells an accurate account of how bad things can happen to good people through drug addiction in my opinion. I highly recommend this film. You won't be disappointed.
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2014
This movie is very realistic. I believed that these people were drug users. To that degree, it made me sad, that people would do that to them selves, and after seeing it, the question is...why would you want to?
I watched this because I am familiar with the writer producer, Jane Clark and the acting of Necar Zedagen. I wanted to see what Jane could do as a director/writer. This work is very real and I feel excellent. Looking forward to her next story.
Necar, convinced me, with her acting, that she was a drug addict, which made me feel sad. I have seen her in work, that made me feel joy. If I had to chose a role for her, it would be one that brought joy.
If you enjoy good acting, and a realist story...,,watch/buy this one.
At first it was jarring since I didn't know what to expect here but after the main characters were established I got sucked into their lives and started to feel for them. It was tragic to watch them wallow in their addiction and it's a pretty straightforward look at what this drug does to you and how it destroys people and their relationships. The relationships between the three main addicts in this movie was unlike any I've seen on film and it was really fascinating to watch it unfold. The supporting cast was definitely icing on the cake. Pinkie was a hoot!
All in all, this is a solid little indie film worth watching.
Great movie!!! Watched this on a plane ride and enjoyed it so much I purchased the DVD. The 3 main characters are all very unique and really bring great performances to the table. This movie is brilliant and not over the top like spun and bug. It's REAL.
Gave me personally a lot to think about, where applying these characters to people I have had an otherwise pleasure to have met, but for whatever reason our own lives didn't allow for us to produce a type of "relationship". I've seen how different people react to drug use, and my own connection to drugs, past drug use and the effect it has in highly populated areas to not so populated ones. How people close or what would seem not connected are effected by others habitual drug use. Wish the cast and crew the best in future roles, their own paths rather!
Reality movie that does show exactly how far people will go to get their drugs. Have seen people go to extremes to get their drugs in my lifetime but not this extreme. Good acting by Lukas Haas as the addict.
I got to see this brilliant piece at the Bend Film Festival when it was in town. Although it may be a dark subject and include other socially unaccepted subjects, Jane Clark, the writer and director of MethHead has made this film into a piece about awareness, raw human emotion, and empathy for those who have suffered or are going through addiction.
Lukas Haas has fully devoted himself into playing the main role of Kyle who is an openly gay man who gets engaged to his partner Julian (Wilson Cruz). Kyle and Julian have both had their days of fun, partying, and doing drugs and are both clean until they meet a dealer at a party; this throws Kyle into his down spiral and into his meth addiction. You follow Kyle's point of view throughout the film into his darkest days...will it end with him giving into his addiction or will he be a survivor?
This film also has a wonderful cast who seemed to have the chemistry and camaraderie of a family. I highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys the art of Independent Film and a storyline that is touching to the human core.