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The Institute (2017)

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In 19th century Baltimore, Isabel Porter, a girl stricken with grief from her parents' untimely death, voluntarily checks herself into the Rosewood Institute. Subjected to bizarre and increasingly violent pseudo-scientific experiments in personality modification, brainwashing and mind control, she must escape the clutches of the Rosewood and exact her revenge, or else be forever lost.

Directors: James Franco, Pamela Romanowsky.

Release Date: 2017-03-03
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $3,000,000
Production Companies : Dark Rabbit Productions, Redwire Pictures, Campbell Grobman Films, Jeff Rice Films
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2017-03-03
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $3,000,000

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James Franco
as Dr. Cairn
Tim Blake Nelson
as Dr. Lemelle
Lori Singer
as Madame Werner
Eric Roberts
as Dr. Torrington
Topher Grace
as Vincent
Pamela Anderson
as Ann Williams
Josh Duhamel
as Detective
Beth Grant
as Posthwaite
Amber Coney
as Margaret
Cynthia Murell
as Clara Barnes
Carmen Argenziano
as Apothecary
Dominic Rains
as Mr. Baxter
Scott Haze
as Gunther
Robyn Cohen
as Nurse Mary Beth
Ben Youcef
as Arthur Turner
Allie Gallerani
as Isabel Porter
Melissa Bolona
as Trudy
Val Lauren
as Dr. Jacobs
Tamzin Brown
as Nurse Oaks
Bella Popa
as Emily Turner
Nina Ljeti
as Marie
Gabrielle Haugh
as Allison
Anthony Mordente
as Judge
Jessica Starr Folger
as Rose
Joe Pease
as Roderick Porter
Nana Ghana
as Rebecka
Rachel Scorpio
as Belinda
Bianca Rusu
as Sara
Zola Vanessa Hauge
as Server
Grainne McDermott
as Scantily Clad Waitress
Vincent Alvas
as Vincent's Assistant
Lidiya Korotko
as The Aristocrat
Tina Masafret
as Aristocrat
Jeff Vernon
as Aconite
Lauren B. Mosley
as Aconite
Elena Cristiean
as Aconite
Mary O'Connor
as Pit Girl
Krista West
as Pit Girl
Ciena Rae Nelson
as Pit Girl
Jeannine Corcoran
as Pit Girl
Laura Burnett
as Rich Woman
Zoe Bleu
as Lucy
Erin Johnson
as Mrs. Baxter
Steve Koss
as Aconite
Luke Loving
as Male Nurse
Stacy Newton
as Pit Girl
Crystal Perez
as Aconite
Elvira Safiulina
as Nurse
Oliver Stafford
as Judge
Makena Tolman
as Aconite
Loren Vea
as Rich Woman
Roy James Wilson
as Correction Officer Jim
Sue Wishengrad
as Aconite


Directing James Franco Director
Directing Pamela Romanowsky Director
Production James Franco Executive Producer
Writing Adam Rager Writer
Writing Matt Rager Writer
Production Christa Campbell Producer
Production Luke Daniels Executive Producer
Production Jonathan Yunger Executive Producer
Production Jeff Rice Executive Producer
Production Scott Reed Executive Producer
Production Avi Lerner Executive Producer
Production Lati Grobman Producer
Production Vince Jolivette Executive Producer
Production Jeffrey Greenstein Executive Producer
Sound Adam Crystal Music
Crew Pedro Gómez Millán Cinematography
Editing Aaron I. Butler Editor
Production Cynthia Huffman Casting
Art Scott Enge Production Design
Art Brett Hatcher Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up David Page Costume Design
Art Miles Carrington Set Dresser

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  • Critic Reviews for The Institute. March 3, 2017 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review… The main achievement of "The Institute" is that its cast kept straight faces long enough to shoot this risible gothic chiller. The tedious film traverses familiar lurid territory involving resourceful heroines and corrupt doctors.

  • The Institute. “The Institute,” co-directed by Franco and Pamela Romanowsky, makes me rethink everything in that review. It’s not as formally daring as some of Franco’s other work, but it’s more immaturely constructed and executed than even some of his “weirdest” films. What’s most surprising here is a lack of confidence.

  • The Institute movie reviews & Metacritic score: In 19th century Baltimore, Isabel Porter, a girl stricken with grief from her parents' untimely death, volunt...

  • User Reviews. The Institute is weird, stupid and the acting was all over the place but then again it was directed and also stars by James Franco so i'm not that suprised to be perfectly honest. Just skip it and watch whatever else.

  • User Reviews. The institute at first appears like a high end spa for very wealthy women but it soon becomes apparent that there are sinister characters and forces abusing some of the women who are patients at the hospital. There are some quite well known names in the film like James Franco,Tim Blake Nelson, Eric Roberts, Lori Singer,...

  • Review: The Institute. The Institute seems constantly on the verge of dipping into spoof, though of what exactly is difficult to say.

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