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I have seen a few movies and TV-series that stars Summer Glau, Terminator: The Sarah Connor chronicles, Serenity and The Cape. She does a terrific job with all of these character. And even in this low-budget movie she does a good character, but the problem does not seem to be Summer, but rather the male actor she is playing against. He is very 2 dimensional, there is no natural charm, no feelings expressed in the face and he seem to nervous and too rushed to get into character.
I understand that this is a very low budget film, but even the directing and script is on par with such a low budget movie. I just wish the male actor was someone else, it would have risen the movie to another level.
4/10 because of a good enough script and Summer Glau's performance.
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