A married couple is woken by a mysterious phone call that begins an unsettling journey into love and fear. Jean-Marc Barr, Radha Mitchell and Jane Birkin star in an adaptation of a Raymond Carver story.
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A married couple is woken in the dead of night by a mysterious phone call. Unable to sleep, they are drawn into an unsettling examination of their fears and desires. Adapted from a short story by Raymond Carver, WHOEVER WAS USING THIS BED is an award-winning psychological drama starring Jean-Marc Barr, Radha Mitchell and Jane Birkin.Written by
Midnight Coffee Films
Based on a Raymond Carver short story, this story is an exploration of love and death while a patient (always unseen) is in a coma. This short should be in a master class in cinematography, and Radha Mitchell was awesome. I saw on the website that it has won many awards, and I still felt disappointed, because deserves many more and better awards than it has.
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