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Decoy: A Map to Nowhere (2007)

Video  -  Short  -  31 July 2007 (USA)
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At less than five minutes, it's probably not worth seeing.
15 January 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a DVD extra included with the film "Decoy". I was eager to see it because I really liked the feature film. However, at only about four and a half minutes in length, there just isn't that much insight into the film! What, after all, can you say in only this much time?! The film consists of film clips and interviews--some of which are people associated with the original film (such as the man who wrote the story) and some where just folks that liked to be on film (like Dick Cavett). But, there were things I knew about this movie that no one even talked about--such as that the film was lost for decades and was only recently discovered. But, I was interested to hear about the film's star, Miss Gillie--that was sad but interesting.

Overall, the film seems to be a rather lame attempt to create DVD content. Something longer and more involving would be greatly appreciated in the future.


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