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You have to come with me
There's no fucking time
You know anything about tatuing?
It took my brother six weeks for his to get better... nearly killed him!
There's a spirit doing this... I start the tattoo... he finishes it. There is another girl... you have to let me go... i'll deal with it you and i know this is something doctors can't cure
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This was an interesting movie. An American tattoo artist finds himself a bit too intrigued by the Somoan art of tattooing, and along the way finds himself, and his tattooed customers, the grim focus of a spiteful spirit, all stemming from his ill-advised "borrowing" of a tainted Samoan tattoo tool. I highly enjoyed this movie, but must caveat that I'm completely enthralled by all things Polynesia, so I am probably very forgiving of any negative elements of the movie. Polynesia notwithstanding, the story was creative, and certainly a break from normal American horror fare. Good (enough) acting, strong production values and interesting scenery make this a highly recommended film.
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