Pathology

Pathology

Pathology

Titre original Pathology
Réalisation Marc Schoelermann
Scénario Mark Neveldine
Brian Taylor
Acteurs principaux Milo Ventimiglia
Michael Weston
Alyssa Milano
Lauren Lee Smith
Pays d’origine Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Sortie 2008
Durée 1h41min

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Pathology est un film américain thriller-horreur-érotique, sorti en 2008, réalisé par Marc Schoelermann et écrit par Mark Neveldine et Brian Taylor.

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Le docteur Ted Grey (Milo Ventimiglia), brilliant étudiant en médecine récemment diplomé de Harvard, rejoint l'une des équipes de pathologistes les plus renommées des États-Unis. Son arrivée et son talent excitent l'intérêt de ses camarades, notamment celui des docteurs Jake Gallo (Michael Weston) et Juliette Bath (Lauren Lee Smith). Loin de sa fiancée Gwen (Alyssa Milano) et de son univers protecteur, Ted se laisse entraîner dans le jeu morbide que se livre les étudiants entre eux: tuer une personne quelconque sans que les autres ne puissent trouver la cause de la mort.

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Anecdotes

  • Film interdit aux moins de 12 ans.

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