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All Justin and his father want to do is sit down and enjoy a soccer game together. This simple act sparks a chain of events leading to Justin running from the law. He must embark on a thrilling adventure to re-unite with his father. But in order to fight the system, he must enlist the help of a former anarchist and together they will need to apply the secret of the HOP. Written by
I was thoroughly entertained by the story, and impressed by the beautiful look of the film. The director obviously took great care to give us powerful images that were truly works of art in themselves, in my opinion. So, to learn that it was shot with video rather than film truly amazed me. I also found the story to be well crafted, with a nice balance of comedy and drama. The actors were very believable, and I feel that Kalomba Mboyi, who played Justin, did a superb job, as did Jan Decleir, who played Frans. I highly recommend the movie for a refreshing change from the kind of films that most of us normally see. Hats off to Mongrel Media for bringing us these good quality independent films!
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