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Fred Dryer really took the reigns of this film and went with it. He did an excellent job of transferring mood, visuals and emotion to the screen in his motion picture directorial debut. I had seen his directing on HUNTER, and was curious to see how he would do with a film. Dryer really did a superb job with this material. It is well worth seeking out and I am anxious to see what Fred Dryer, the Director, has in store next.
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