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This movie is so sloooowwwllly paced that even the closing credits roll for over ten minutes, which is extreme considering that the budget must have been miniscule The acting from the lead was so bad that there is no performance that I've seen in recent memory that I can compare it to. All of the performers in this film are just as bad. I cannot remember any character that had any substantial development or who was in the least bit believable. The camera work was distracting at best and wholly amateurish at worst. There is a storyline that is so poorly fleshed out that a plot is really just an after thought. Even with all of the above working against any enjoyment derived from watching this film, the absolutely most unbearable element is the musical score. Overbearing and so loud at times that it drowns out critical dialogue, poorly emoted by the actors, that might have allowed the wafer thin plot to have some substance. Also, the does not ever fit the emotion or theme of the scenes. Low budget does not mean bad movie making in my experience, but this film is an exception. A WASTE OF TIME!!!
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