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Lunacy Unlimited Productions
This film is completely predictable without rendering any entertainment value whatsoever. Its simply terrible. It amazes me that work like this actually gets made; moreover, it has the guts to solicit money, as if making the film were equal, in some far away galaxy, to having suffered through watching it. The twists and turns travel deep into plot point after point until the mystery unravels itself into portraiture--nothing meaningful happens. What does occur are heavy-handed maneuvers in story conventions at the expense of the audience. Surely there is no conscious disdain for the viewer, but to scorn film goers through reckless naivety isn't just no matter how mot just the intentions might have been. Furthermore, it is hard to believe that any skill lies in either the craft to create story or to successfully, manipulate deceitfully. Neither are done subtly thus neither are received auspiciously. Hopefully the cast and crew were given the proper time to jump ship before this boat sank back into the mind from which it came. Perhaps Writer/Director Pollard should stick to voice-overs?
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