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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
When the movie first started, I thought to myself, "I'm not a fan of this topic, I'm not sure if I'm going to like this." But I was surprised.
Though I agree with one of the previous comments that the use of the voice over and flashback are usually signs of a lazy writing, in this film it seemed to fit right in and wasn't a distraction. All in all, I enjoyed this film. Considering it was a small production and likely had just as small of a budget, maximizing what was available in storyline, acting, and directing was essential to making this a good film. Job well done.
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