Guy-X

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Released 2005

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Director:
Saul Metzstein
Released:
2005
Rating:
R

Guy-X, directed by Saul Metzstein, is a black comedy about mistaken identity, set after the Vietnam War in 1979. In the film, Corporal Rudy Spruance (Jason Biggs) is an upbeat soldier who is supposed to be sent to an official U.S. Army base in Hawaii. Spruance is excited about his transfer and can't wait to get to Hawaii. When he gets his assignment papers he is sent to the Qangattara U.S. Army Medical Corps base in the Arctic. Confused by the mishap, Rudy investigates his transfer and realizes his paperwork must have been mistaken for another soldiers. Despite desperate pleas to fix his situation, Rudy finds himself stuck at the base. Angry about his situation, Spruance starts to think there is more going on at the base then standard medical care. His curiosity leads him to investigate Lt. Col. L. G. Woolwrap (Jeremy Northam), the commander at the medical base. What secrets is the lieutenant hiding at Qangattara?

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    Dark Comedy, Independent