Pin | 1988

Directed by: Sandor Stern

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Main Plot

Isolated by his strange parents, Leon finds solace in an imaginary friend, which happens to be an anatomy doll from his father's doctor office. Unfortunately, the doll begins to take over Leon's life, and his sister's life as well.


  • David Hewlett's character in the movie Pin plays the role of a disturbed individual who becomes dangerously obsessed with a medical dummy.
  • Cynthia Preston's character in Pin plays a significant role as a victim of the creepy and disturbing anatomical dummy Pin.
  • Terry O'Quinn plays a mysterious character named Leon in the film Pin, who has a significant impact on the plot.


In the ending of "Pin," directed by Sandor Stern, it is revealed that the character of Pin, a medical dummy, does not actually come to life, but rather serves as a manifestation of the psychological trauma experienced by the main character, Leon. Leon's sister, Ursula, discovers this truth and confronts Leon, leading to a tragic confrontation where Leon accidentally kills Ursula. The film ends with Leon setting fire to the house, attempting to destroy the illusion of Pin and his own troubled past.

Sandor Stern