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The Driller Killer is a 1979 slasher film directed by and starring Abel Ferrara. It was on a list of banned so-called video nasties in the United Kingdom. The film is in public domain. The film begins with a young artist called Reno Miller (played by director Abel Ferrara himself) entering a small Catholic church and walking to the front where an elderly, bearded man is kneeling. Reno seems to recognize the man as his long-lost father, but this man is apparently a derelict. The old man grabs Reno's hand. Reno runs, grabs his girlfriend Carol, who accompanied him to the church, and leaves. Evidently, the derelict had a piece of paper with Reno's name and phone number and requested a meeting at the church to talk to him. Later, in the Union Square (New York City) apartment he shares with his girlfriend and her lesbian lover Pamela, Reno has a dream about the mysterious bearded man and about the power drill that he used earlier. Reno hates his neighborhood where homeless derelicts reside...
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