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Haley Joel Osment
This is not even a movie. It is only a yellow screen. Just like the description says: "It's 74 minutes and 16 seconds of a pure yellow screen. Without sound. Without change. Without dialogue." Yes, that's it. I'm not lying. Nigel Tomm is a talentless hack that made a lot of this so called "movies" that are only color screens extended for more than an hour. I can't believe that IMDb list a mockery like this as a "film". I can't even believe that I'm reviewing this (What's to review? The yellow color? Or maybe the lack of talent or imagination from Nigel Tomm?) This is not a real movie, and it doesn't deserve a serious review. Nigel Tomm is a fraud, and all his fake movies are all the same thing. This is not art. It is just laziness.
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