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Lauren Currie Lewis,
An ancient wind carries with it omens of the apocalypse, stirring the pride and envy of a group of college kids to murderous rage. Michael Mongillo's directorial debut is a lyrical, meditative film charged with sex and violence. Written by
No offense, but having seen this film, it is currently way, way overrated. The premise was cool. However, It was way way too slow in its story progression. In my humble film editor's opinion it could use at least 20 minutes of bad pointless dialog deleted. And if an opening prologue goes past 2 minutes, you know it is covering for a lack of proper script development. What great shots and what little action there was in the film were greatly overshadowed by the large boring bits of celluloid stagnation between them. And what is up with that mini softcore menage a trois in the middle of the film? Unto itself that was almost the best part of the film. Unfortunately it had little to do with anything else in the plot. Much like how the premise of the script had little to do with the script, which had little to do with this movie. If this were edited down to a concise 20 minute short, It would be a kick ass film. However dragged out as long as it is, it just sucks the wind out of you.
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