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Kim Dickens is a Actor American born on 18 june 1965 at Huntsville (USA)

Kim Dickens

Kim Dickens
Kim Dickens participated to 25 films (as actor, director or script writer).
Among those, 2 have good markets following the box office.

Here are the best films classified by number of entries :

Actress

Hollow Man
Hollow Man (2000)
, 1h52
Directed by Paul Verhoeven
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Action, Horror
Themes Films based on science fiction novels, Serial killer films, Invisibilité
Actors Kevin Bacon, Elisabeth Shue, Josh Brolin, Kim Dickens, Greg Grunberg, Joey Slotnick
Roles Sarah Kennedy
Rating58% 2.900712.900712.900712.900712.90071
Scientist Sebastian Caine has developed a serum that can make a subject invisible. His team of scientists, which includes ex-girlfriend Dr. Linda McKay and Dr. Matt Kensington, eventually enable the serum to work on a gorilla and restore it to visibility. Sebastian once again becomes obsessed with Linda while unbeknownst to him, she has become involved with Matt. Instead of reporting his success to the military, Sebastian lies to the oversight committee, which includes his mentor Dr. Howard Kramer, convincing his team to go right into human testing. The procedure is performed on Sebastian. It is successful and Sebastian turns completely invisible. He then enjoys sneaking around the lab in order to scare and play pranks on his fellow co-workers. They become worried that he is taking it too far. After three days, he is unable to revert to visibility.
House of Sand and Fog, 2h6
Directed by Vadim Perelman
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about immigration, Prison films, Films about capital punishment
Actors Jennifer Connelly, Ben Kingsley, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Ron Eldard, Frances Fisher, Kim Dickens
Roles Carol Burdon
Rating74% 3.7484653.7484653.7484653.7484653.748465
Abandoned by her husband, recovering drug addict Kathy Nicolo, living alone in a small house near San Francisco Bay Area, ignores eviction notices erroneously sent to her for nonpayment of county taxes. Assuming the misunderstanding was cleared up months ago, she is surprised when Sheriff's Deputy Lester Burdon arrives to forcibly evict her. Telling Kathy that her home is to be auctioned off, Burdon feels sympathy for her, helps her move out and advises her to seek legal assistance to regain her house.