Emily and her friend Angelica go to a rave in the woods, and when they arrive, they meet a stranger called Swan that promises some Exstasy for the girls. They follow him to a cabin into the... See full summary »
Kelly K.C. Quann
Two brothers on different life paths, a gay waiter with a crush on an eligible bachelor and a drug addict in a twisted dependent relationships with his girlfriend, reunite to mourn the death of their mother.
I'm sorry, but I think intercutting some of the most gruesome Holocaust photos with your own amateurish footage in order to order to highjack some emotional impact for your plot is inexcusable. Everyone should see those images, because the create a visceral understanding of the enormity of the atrocities committed during the Holocaust. But the way they are used here so gratuitously cheapens them, and cheapens the memory of the victims.
I watched the whole movie, trying to make allowances for the low budget, the learning process, and overall naiveté, but I just became more and more annoyed. Every scene in this movie seems to be trying to wrench significance out of every word and image, and it just isn't earned.
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