Who killed the brother of Sal? The neighbors think it's Sal himself, who's just been released from prison and returned home to reunite with his sibling. But Sal was at the pizzeria picking ...
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Who killed the brother of Sal? The neighbors think it's Sal himself, who's just been released from prison and returned home to reunite with his sibling. But Sal was at the pizzeria picking up an order at the time of the murder. Two cops are on Sal's case, determined to send him back to jail, so he takes it upon himself to discover the true killer -- which leads him to explore a sadomasochistic world. Written by
Before the end, you too will be screaming 'torture me no more'
This is totally unwatchable - it looks like some (rather untalented) schoolkids have made this on an iphone. Really, don't bother.
The acting is so bad it is hard to tell exactly what is happening. The plot is unintelligible nonsense. None of this is helped by appalling lighting, dire camera-work, hideous editing, woeful music, and pitiful dialogue (what of it is audible).
The film even includes a section where the lead protagonist appears to have sex with a cat outside an animal shelter - since this is no way adds to the plot, I might surmise that this has been included purely for "shock", although it even fails on this front. Also be prepared for a number of stereotyped representations that would be offencive if they did not simply further attest to the worthlessness of this venture.
Unrelentless in its atrociousness, I challenge anyone to come away from this not feeling like they could have done better themselves.
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