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Deadly exposure is, without doubt, the worst film I have seen in a long, long time.
Everything about it is appalling!
From what is laughingly called a plot, to the direction and to absolutely awful character development and acting (if it can be described as that).
It features one or two actors of some note, who, I'm betting, wished they had never even read the script, let alone had their names listed in the credits.
It attempts to tackle the worthy issue of racism and the growing amount of right-wing, ultra-conservative, neo-Nazi nut jobs involved in hate crimes. But it does it in such a way as to belittle its own cause.
This is a real stinker. Believe me, it's 95 minutes you'll wish you hadn't wasted.
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