The Young Poisoner's Handbook Movie Review 1994

Information and Film Reviews for The Young Poisoner's Handbook the Movie

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Based on the true story of London teenager Graham (O'Conor), who's obsessed with chemistry and at odds with his stepmother. So, he poisons her chocolates and she dies. Sent to Broadmoor prison for the criminally insane, Graham comes under the care of Dr. Ziegler (Sher), who, eight years later, recommends Graham for parole. Now working in a photographic lab, Graham decides to experiment with doctoring his co-workers tea--which results in eight more deaths before Graham is caught. Locked up again, Graham spends his time writing a poisoner's handbook for Dr. Ziegler. Be warned that the sufferings of the poisoned victims are gruesome.

Distribution

Available on VHS
Running time 99 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Psycho-Thriller, Psychotics/Sociopaths, Teen Angst, True Stories, Poisons, London, Shrinks, Men
Screenplay
Benjamin Ross, Jeff Rawle
Cast
Hugh O'Conor, Anthony Sher, Ruth Sheen, Charlotte Coleman, Roger Lloyd Pack, Paul Stacey, Samantha Edmonds, Charlie Creed-Miles
Cinematography
Hubert Taczanowski
Director
Benjamin Ross
Music
Robert Lane, Frank Strobel
Producer
Sam Taylor, Caroline Hewitt, Eric Stonestrom, Cameron McCracken, Cinepix

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