Something happens to a young couple in love that drives them into madness.

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Ashley
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Trevor Taylor
Billy Cook ...
Detective Lane
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Detective Abrams
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Officer
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Todd
Ryan Rossell ...
Dave
Anthony Cutolo ...
Mugger
Elizabeth Atkins ...
Lia
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Hardware store casheir
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Mover
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Something happens to a young couple in love that drives them into madness.

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Thriller

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R
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21 October 2005 (USA)  »

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During filming under the Brooklyn Bridge for the "mugging" scene Ryan Rossell was told they'd only have until 10pm to shoot guns under the bridge. They only got a few takes done before 10pm and wanted to shoot more. A production assistant told Rossell that if they continued shooting he'd be arrested by the police who were on set monitoring the gunshots. "Fine. Have them arrest me. And while I'm in the car going to jail continue to shoot more gunshots." The police were told Rossell was willing to be arrested and they balked, giving him another hour to shoot more gunshots. See more »

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References Fellini - Satyricon (1969) See more »

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Terrible
24 July 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Wooden acting, stilted dialogue and uninspired cinematography plague this boring, predictable thriller from the word go.

I am baffled that this has a rating of 8.8. I can't imagine anyone thinking this movie was that good, and am tempted to believe the rating is being pumped up by friends and family. The acting is a travesty, even for a low-budget indy film. It's impossible to relate to, empathize, or even tolerate the main characters.

Make-up should have been fired. Or, at the very least, the director ought to have realized that the bruise on Ashley's face switched from left to right very frequently, sometimes multiple times in a single scene, and done something about it.

Absolute garbage. Give this one a miss.


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