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This was a great movie. Dark, mysterious and entertaining. Just perfect. The characters were well developed. The plot was a okay, but definitely entertaining. The photography was great. The use of light, or lack thereof, was extremely creative and helped make the movie even more suspenseful. The acting was believable and well done. The storyline was well thought-out and took the audience on a journey.
Some of the small technical problems can obviously be worked out as it seems that the movie is still in the final stages. The director (Robert Beaucage)even said that the movie hadn't been seen before, even by the cast.
I'm not sure most were prepared for this film when they went to see it, but most of the audience at the Edinburgh Festival enjoyed this film.
Beaucage incorporated some very original methods that pulled this film together. Several of the scenes are still having me rethink some of the techniques that he implemented. I really would love to see a final version and another film from this young director.
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