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At first I wasn't going to bother reviewing this flick because I thought this was the director's first film and he may improve or something, but then I read here that he also directed "Nice Guys Sleep Alone", which I haven't seen, so I may as well say something.
If you can't write- don't make a film!
This guy can't write (stupid plot, bad dialogue), so he should have
gotten a screenplay- there are people who would do anything to get their scripts made into films.
Thank God, I took this DVD out from the library so I didn't lose any money on it, and I practiced technique exercises on the guitar for 90 minutes while watching it, so my time wasn't completely wasted.
We thought at least this guy must have a religious affiliation (like the classic "Exorcism", or one of the producers of "Plan Nine From Outer Space")that he was trying to brainwash people with, which would at least account for some reason why this film was made, but nothing was revealed on the special features of the DVD, so I guess the guy is just dumb.
I don't have the stamina to watch it again with the director's commentary, but I'm sure that there must be a few agoraphobics, shut-ins, or people under house arrest here who would gladly give up 90 more minutes of their lives to tell us which cult the director belongs to and why he made this film.
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