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This could have been a decent TV thriller, the storyline itself has some potential. When it comes to this movie it's about as horrible as it can get. I have seen airline safety instruction films with better acting. The mockumentary/documentary style or what have you is the new thing when it comes to making a low budget film. But its not a trick that works every time. More than with any other type of film the characters have to be realistic and convincing. And thats where it goes wrong right of the bat. It lacks other material than just these interviews, subtlety, suspense and good acting. It's getting so irritating on so many levels it's almost hilarious.
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