Scott Bakula portrays Harry D’ Amour, a private detective visiting Los Angeles on a routine investigation. Harry gets more than he bargains for when he encounters Philip Swann (Kevin J. O Connor), a performer whose amazing illusions captivate the world. But are they really illusions? Harry isn't so sure as he is thrust into a nightmare of murder, deception and terrifying assaults from the dark beyond. (texto oficial do distribuidor)


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inglês I’m writing this only a day after watching the film and I’m already having a hard time remembering what The Lord of Illusions was about, which isn’t the best calling card for Barker’s latest directorial attempt. The story is bland, it moves very slowly and doesn’t have any interesting or memorable moments. The only thing worth mentioning is the ending, which has plenty of Barker’s atmosphere. It’s a shame that Clive Barker has never quite worked on me (both on paper and in film). ()

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