Personally I thought this movie captivated the mind and spirit, bringing together the true emotion that has been so lacking in cinema today. DL does an amazing job of combining forceful meaning and existential ideals into this provocative and sizzling tale of lust greed and murder. Add in a uncanny cameo by the uncredited Chris Landers, and you've got a movie that puts classics like Uwe Boll's Alone in the Dark to shame. The best thing about this movie is it's honesty. It truly mark DL's arrival into the mainstream void of Hollywood. I for one am going to holding personal screenings on every consecutive Tuesdays, just to make the public aware of this wonderful and highly promising work of cinema genius.
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