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Mark L. Lester
This "Best Fiction Film Winner"* follows Valentine, a female assassin who is trapped in a room with one of her marks during the last few minutes of his life. The moment changes her own life... See full summary »
Between 11:50 and 12:00 noon, a crime is commited. In the same ten minute period, we follow the lives of the ten people, all connected to this crime. As we see each person's point of view, we are propelled closer and closer to the truth of what exactly happened...and why. Written by
When actor George Williams (Leo) interrupts an acting class and walks right through them, that group represents the on screen cameos of writer Paul Osborne, and three of the films producers, Michael Mannheim, Gavin Franks and Brian Osborne. Fourth producer Michael Rogers cameos as a thug one scene later. See more »
Highly recommended. Entertaining and well-crafted.
A very innovative treatment in the Film Noir genre. Be warned that there are scenes of explicit sex, graphic violence, homosexuality and homophobia. Something to offend just about everyone. Of course, so does the wildly successful Borat! That said, this film is very well executed at all levels. The screenplay is very tight, with no holes in the logic. The direction is very even and consistent. The suspense builds in a well controlled manner with numerous twists that can be very difficult to manage effectively. The story has humor as well as intrigue and is quite captivating. The plot is somewhat reminiscent of Roshomon (Kurosawa), or it's American remake The Outrage. A story told from various points of view. But in this case, the emphasis is not on the differences in the points of view, but the actual events as they happen in real-time. Acting is quite good, sometimes excellent. Score is very innovative and appropriate to the events on the screen. All in all, the production values of this film are absolutely top-notch and equal to, or even superior to major studio offerings. And, the film begs the viewer to see it a second time in order to appreciate what is being told but not understood the first time. Highly recommended.
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