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I didn't start treating him until well after his initial contact with the virus. First case on record. Poor guy, should already be dead. And all I can do is give him something to keep his energy up, but does nothing to inhibit the illness. And I had hoped he'd hang on long enough so I could name the disease after me.
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This is a movie that needs a bit of work. This is not a shameful review, of a movie, that, fully-realized, might be wonderful. Mackenzie Aston clearly holds this movie in his heart. I liked this movie. There is a plot , a heart, a mind and a joy to this story. I wish it were only told. Mr. Aston needs a director and script which successfully transforms his idea into a movie. Aston is not at fault for this failed attempt at a movie. I sincerely and respectfully request that Mr. Aston begin again. He will SUCCEED. Mr.Aston will never succeed if he does not TRY. Aston and his fellow actors SUCCEED in acting, in this movie. The movie, The Zeros, is a fine attempt, but a failed attempt.
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