Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a Damaged Brain)

Not much good can come from a mental patient on the lam.  You’re either gonna hear about them standing in a busy intersection, swinging a samurai sword and getting subdued by pepper spray, or they’re putting themselves or someone else in some pretty big danger.  You gotta feel bad for them, especially if it’s something that happened in their childhood that caused such emotional harm – and that’s exactly George Tatum’s problem in Romano Scavolini‘s 1981 film Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a Damaged Brain).

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