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Never in my film going career have I walked out on a film, but this is the first. The director made certain visual choices that did not make any sense. Choosing to use the Closed Circuit TV Camera in random places, not evoking a sense of paranoia at all. The acting was sub-par, almost to the point of beginning actors doing a staged reading. I caught this flick last night at the Chicago International. Film Festival, the Director was in the audience, I was so tempted to tell him how I felt, but I did not wish to stick around any longer. Such a shame, a great idea, but poor follow through. The film felt as if the director did not have a clear point of view on how the paranoia should be viewed.
Avoid at all costs!
All Costs I say!
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