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Two clans of deranged males make the mistake of stalking four young women they assume to be easy prey, only to find out that at the stroke of midnight the tables will be turned and all hell will break loose.
A troubled young woman often cheats on her husband and wants to leave him. She even contemplates murder. When she is found unconscious with her children murdered, suspicions rise and lives are destroyed.
A frantic young woman begs a stranger to help save her marked husband, not realizing that the stranger is the hit man hired to kill him. Experimental digital movie shot entirely in one take and in real time.
I had the pleasure of seeing this at the Florida Film Festival this past weekend. Clever and witty, with a fantastic cast. There are touches of Office Space, but it's unfair to compare it too closely. This is an office all it's own, and the humor is in a whole other universe.
Jonathon M Woodward, who plays Brian, is Bill Murray reincarnated. His voice, his mannerisms, his comic timing, all of them are positively brilliant. Sam Levine, as Brian's sidekick, has brilliant timing, and completely steals the scenes he is in.
The scenes between Angela Bettis and Jonathon M Woodward are some of the greatest emotional scenes, whether they be funny or sweet. Angela has a very real stage presence, and a perfectly wicked grin. Just entirely too much fun to watch on screen.
Great humor, great cast, great soundtrack. You'll love it. Get thee to a film festival and watch it!
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