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i picked it out because of sharon stone, i knew it had to be at least up to par. i didn't have any idea that by the next 90 minutes later, that i would want to tear my own eyes out. it was so depressing that i was depressed before it was half way through. not but one time did it even make sense or connect any of the people in it. when it was on the shelf it sold me on a psychological thriller. wow thats so lieing. in my opinion it was one of the worst movies i have ever seen. and i thought i had seen a lot of substandard movies. this made no sense, everyone had a scene one after another of sleeping, on couch, on roofs. and they all were severely unhappy. not a single smile or hardly any words spoken from sharon stone in the 4 scenes from her. i can not believe she did this movie at all. she must have been dirt broke or something really awful. i don't recommend anyone see this or spend money on this junk.
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