The world outside has ceased to exist. Brandon, his girlfriend Katie and his younger brother Guy have finally decided that it is better to die at their own hands in the company of the ones ... See full summary »

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The world outside has ceased to exist. Brandon, his girlfriend Katie and his younger brother Guy have finally decided that it is better to die at their own hands in the company of the ones they love, then to continue living helplessly, confined to a dark, miniscule abandoned storefront. Written by Anonymous

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22 May 2006 (USA)  »

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It took writer/director Marc Clebanoff just 11 months from the time he wrote the film, to the time he premiered it in Los Angeles, California. See more »

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William Sadler Great -- Unspoken JUST HORRIBLE.
17 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

William Sadler is a very underrated actor. His performance here is a standout, however brief. In the trivia for this movie, it's noted that the writer/director completed the project in 11 months. I would guess it is more like eleven minutes. The concept is fine ... low-budget, one set, yadda-yadda-yadda. This movie will be lucky to find life in festivals. It may have some hope in the unsuspecting rental market, but that is about it. The acting is over-the top and the movie never really finds direction. It is apparently about an-end-of-the-world group of survivors whom each reveal their inner secrets as the plot progresses toward the all to predictable end. The video (and it is video) quality is decent enough, however, the sound quality waivers.


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