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Written by J. Burns and J. Convertino
Performed by Calexico
With kind permission of Quarterstick Records
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I really enjoyed this movie a great deal. From the start, knowing the synopsis in advance, caused the audience, myself included, to be on edge. The way it was filmed merely adding to that. The tension was high enough that one woman in the audience gasped when the speaker crackled!
The comic moments in the film was used skilfully to lighten the tone between violent and gripping drama (are you listening Oliver Stone). These funny moments are truly hilarious, but are themselves edgy.
My scale used when viewing a film is how long before I look at my watch. Well this one got 1 hour 15 minutes, a good score. Benchmarks - Open Water - 15 minutes, Hero - who needs a watch.
Go and see this film, you will not be disappointed.
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