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R. Ellis Frazier
The good news is this film is not that bad, the bad news is its not worth recommending, because once the film gets started the most obvious thing you'll notice is that its low budget, the second thing you'll notice is that the audio quality is poor but at least it wasn't a total chore to sit through.
The story was relatively interesting, the dialog was okay the parts I could hear that is, the acting was a question of some actors being better than others and some that must do everything they can not to give up their day jobs.
As far as recommendations go I'd say steer clear of this one, its not the worst movie ever made but you can a hundred times better than this.
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