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Brian T. Jaynes
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In the future, nature is restricted and virtual games provide both the landscapes and the hunting grounds. A group of hunters will make it outside for a traditional hunt. Little do they know about what awaits them in the wild and how it will inevitably affect them. Set in the beautiful Canadian wilderness, in the French speaking province of Quebec, prepare to see a future, not so far from ours, where reality is somewhat more complex and intricate since the virtual world has reached an unprecedented level of reality that can easily fool your senses. Written by
Third Millenium Entertainment [au]
As a movie fan myself I was curious of this film. The average score and the positive earlier comments made me think this wasn't actually a really bad movie. However, I was quickly put back on earth again.
The graphics are bad. The film starts with a voice-over, which on itself is not one of the best features a movie can have as well as it is just one of the worst I ever heard. The setting is beyond low-budget and badly scripted (e.g. there's a scene in a pub in which we hear a lot of people drinking but actually the pub setting has really no people in it!). Next, the actors are bad, they sound like Russians who immigrated to France in their childhood and were only taught English just before the film. I stopped watching after, say, ten minutes. Waste of time!
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