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Scary of Sixty-First (The)

Country: USA, Language: English, 81 mins

  • Director: Dasha Nekrasova
  • Writer: Dasha Nekrasova; Madeline Quinn
  • Producer: Adam Mitchell; Mark Rapaport

CGiii Comment

With a title like this...don't expect a masterpiece!'s terrible. Why waste money and time to produce something so substandard!?!

The {Prince} Andrew reference was quite funny...but, [obviously] unintended.


The whole film is unintended!


The(ir) Blurb...

In this feature debut by actor and podcast host Dasha Nekrasova, two mismatched roommates discover and relive the murky secrets of their new Upper East Side apartment. The film is as possessed as one of its protagonists: while she finds herself being taken over by the spirits of paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s young victims, the film itself is haunted by Italian “giallo” movies and 1970s psychological horror. Both genres are reincarnated in a work that is well aware of its lineage and sets about challenging and demolishing each and every power and gender relationship. Consistently irreverent in tone, and reaching its peak during a memorable, psychedelic nocturnal trek to Epstein’s New York residence, The Scary of Sixty-First exacts ruthless, mocking revenge on the perpetrator, while also taking us on a brilliant romp back through the history of film and the media. Cheekily reviving the tools, style, grain and excesses of cinematic works the director clearly knows and loves, her film puts on full view the imagery generated by one of the most renowned and revolting criminal cases of our time, one which was fed by internet culture, conspiracy theories, cults of personality and capital.

Cast & Characters

Betsey Brown as Addie
Madeline Quinn as Noelle
Dasha Nekrasova
Ruby McCollister as Mailroom Girl
Aaron Dalla Villa as Crystal Shop Customer
Mark H. Rapaport as Greg (as Mark Rapaport)
Jason Grisell as Apothecary Clerk
Stephen Gurewitz as The Realtor
Michael M. Bilandic as Greg's Boss