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I enjoyed this movie. Would have preferred it to be a little more technical, but I expect some viewers would have preferred less technical. I liked the opening dialog, it kind of set the stage for the moral questions.
The music throughout the film could have been toned down a little, at times it was hard to hear the actors.
A little more information about the job could have been provided, I felt it was a little hard to follow exactly what they were doing the job for other than money.
This is one of the best independent films I've seen!
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