Urban Exploration. The practice of investigating areas not designed for public use. But strange things can happen in the dark, closed-off areas of history beneath the streets of Moscow, and what started as a way for Nate to escape his grief quickly turns into a journey that forces him to confront it head-on, with nothing less than his eternal destiny hanging in the balance. Featuring Music from The Crystal Method. Written by
The director over used funky lighting effects and camera angles. My girlfriend and I both got headaches from it. I didn't really see the reason for their overuse.
It was also hard to follow. People were appearing and disappearing, things were happening randomly - it just really didn't make much sense. I turned it off after a while. I don't care if I didn't get it or whatever, because I don't really think this movie is worth a terrible headache.
To get a similar effect, sit in a dark room, turn on a strobe light and try to read a book in a foreign language.
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