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Everything to make this film belong to the Z connection: The red lights -eyes of the crocodile are great. They had so little budget that we can see the same people drowning several times.
The scene where the crocodile cut palm trees with its tail is wonderful.
Moreover on the video I possess, the film is not entire and cut just after the ship explosion so there is no end (a wonderful open end) which adds 20% of quality to this movie. Dialogues are incredible as well. 10/10.
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