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The concept of this film is pretty good, I like the idea of a Doctor trying to rebuild his broken daughter. Instead of a Dr.Giggles type film (not that there's anything wrong with old Dr. Rendell), it plays out like more of a psychological-type thriller. There's nothing particularly great about the movie; in fact, the whole thing is almost a little bit dull. Most of Bit Parts consists of Melissa, trapped in the Doctor's home, screaming and whining as he spouts off crazy dialogue, showing how fractured his psyche is.