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A young woman, Lucy, receives a message of a girl friend of hers, whom invites her for a Webchat. After a while, her friend begins to get undressed on her Webcam. Intrigued, Lucy looks and is caught at the game, in an erotic and quite disturbing atmosphere. Written by
a terrific thriller, with an unnecessary third act
I just saw CAM2CAM a few days ago, at the Washington DC Independent Film Festival. It was featured in the horror session that night. I was surprised at just how effective the tone and atmosphere of the film were. It always felt there was something frightening waiting to happen at any given moment.
The actress in the film was surprisingly good, and very attractive. Aside from having my eyes glued to her the entire time, I was also completely involved in the story and the way the director had me played. However, I feel that the film should have ended after the main character was zapped the first time; the unnecessary third act that followed only showed what we more or less have imagined earlier - too much exposition, I guess. By the time we finally arrive at the last horrifying image, I felt it would've been better left off screen, since our imaginations can form images that are just as horrible, if not more. A terrific two thirds, with an 'okay' last act.
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