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After arranging a meeting with a stranger from an online dating site, Valora falls victim to an abusive psychopath. But rather than trying to flee she decides to play his game and ultimately turn the tables on him, with the hunter becoming the hunted. Written by
Why does everyone think they have to make movies? Seriously, why does every hack from here to Tennessee believe making a movie is a great idea. So, this filmmaker, if you want to call him that decided that he needed a single location in the high desert to pull off one of the most boring, worst paced, pathetic attempts at film-making in the history of movies.
First of all, there is nothing knew as far as story. Secondly, scenes transitions are horrible. Thirdly, the nature of the story is predictably boring. First rule of screen writing; VOICE OVER is used when you can't tell your story visually because you lack the proper skills. FLASHBACKS are the sign of someone with no idea when it comes to storytelling. DREAM SEQUENCES are used in the first person, with that character being seen? It should always, always be POV. Also, SHAKY CAMERA junior high sh*t is from "the Office." Which, was first used in a 1990 Levis ad. Are you that stupid to follow the Office? What has happen to America? Single location films pop up everywhere when someone wants to tell a crappy movie because of budget concerns, but when you add poor acting, crappy writing, bad editing, bad directing, and bad everything else, all you have is mediocrity.
Watch the scenes with NO difference in depth of field. It will hurt your eyes. HDDV blows. This is not art. This is NOT film. Watch this movie, then tell me I'm wrong.
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