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I just noticed the movie is a 2002 production. If you watch the movie you will get the impression it was filmed around the late 80's.
A low budget production where you start at the begining and when you reach the end you have no idea what it is you just watched. Still it's one of those cult movies with Eileen Daly. An instant classic if you like nonsense movies. I loved it. If you are not one of those guys though, turn your attention to something that resembles a movie a little more. Something like Finding Forrester. This one will let you down for sure. Vampires, hired guns, a family, some guy reading a book, the book ... Really I didnt get much of the movie. Still, movies like that do not exist for their moral teachings. They are simply there to praise the league of B-Movies. Honestly, if I werent a die hard fan of B-Movies this one here would have never gotten anything greater than '1'. (by the way, where is Nena in the film? I have difficulty noticing her anywhere in the movie)
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