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John Patrick Amedori,
Jasmine Jessica Anthony
confusing, boring, badly acted, poorly directed, terribly written
This is a really bad film. I have no idea what it's even supposed to be about. None of the dialogue rings true, the acting is very uninspired, and the direction doesn't seem to have any heart. It appears the filmmakers had a lot in the way of resources, but no true artistic ability. Storytelling (especially with film) can be a particularly tricky thing. Each writer and director has to have an individual voice. For me, there was no voice to this film, because the script didn't seem to say anything. If it did say something, it was in a language that I couldn't understand. It seemed like it was directed the way the Three Stooges shorts were directed. They just set up the camera and did stuff in front of it. I don't mean to go hard on this film, but it really was a huge waste of a great chance by independent filmmakers to make something special.
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