Promotional movie poster for the film
|Directed by||Michael Bafaro|
|Produced by||Melanie Kilgour|
|Written by||Warren Low|
C. Ernst Harth
|Music by||Peter Allen|
|Edited by||Grace Yuen|
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The Barber is a 2001 film that examines the interaction between the mind of a psychopath and the minds of ordinary people who are fascinated by them. It tells the story of local barber (and serial killer) Dexter Miles (Malcolm McDowell) in a town in Alaska. The geographic location features 24-hour darkness, which serves as a metaphor for psychological darkness that drives Miles to go on a murderous rampage.
The movie blends the genres of horror, thriller, psychological study, and occasional black comedy.
- Dexter Miles – Malcolm McDowell
- Chief Vance Corgan – Jeremy Ratchford
- Agent Crawley – Garwin Sanford
- Buffalo Sedwick – C. Ernst Harth
The Barber was nominated for nine awards from the Directors Guild of Canada and the Leo Awards:
This movie was filmed largely in the small town of Revelstoke, British Columbia in Canada.
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