A young man, working as a bodyguard for a wealthy but ruthless millionaire industrialist, becomes embroiled in the lives of the people associated with the business involving unscrupulous research in biological viruses.
Romantic Weirdos and the Land of Oddz is an intimate journey into the lives of four emotionally scarred kids who grow up unable to function normally in society. Each living separately as a ... See full summary »
In the city of Los Angeles, two undercover operatives fight each other over a mysterious briefcase. It doesn't take long for them to experience the deadly consequences that follow their battle for possession.
This was the only film I got to see at the West Palm Beach International Film festival and I must say it was pretty good. A little weird yet good. It was insanely funny, and insanely written. The main character, David, did freak me out though. But I`m sure that`s what they were looking for in his character. Sometimes it seemed like his voice didn't fit him and it added to the effect of his oddness. Although, whenever his over voice was on, I had no clue what or why he was talking about the other characters. It sincerely made no sense to me. The ending also made no sense to me, and I feel it ended shortly. They should have developed the ending more. For an independent film, it was very good. It had lots of one liners that I`ll always remember, which in it self is good because it causes me to remember the film and others to do the same. I recommend it.
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