A new age of terrorism is taking place in the United States. FBI Director, Frank Fitzgerald, is helping an Iranian terrorist group frame innocent American citizens rendering them guilty for... See full summary »
Set around a wife and husband on vacation in Morocco with the wife plotting to murder her husband with help from her lover. The plan goes terribly wrong when her lover and husband get into a terrible car accident on a remote desert road. They escape the multi-car pileup at a desert intersection and encounter the group of survivors, including a wanted smuggler, an undercover cop, a kidnapper, a baby and an unconscious Australian. They embark on a journey of deceit and revelation that culminates in a Tangiers souk. Written by
There is no 3D. No big explosions. No dwarfs with hairy feet. What there is is a very credible attempt at making a movie with thought and twists and doesn't pander to the standard ending normally required by tinseltown.
Its a movie where the value is in the telling of the story. We all knew how Titanic would end but we watched it just the same. This movie must have had the same budget as the Titanic crew spent on coffee.
I didn't recognise any of the actors nor the locations, other than generic desert. Perhaps that added a level of freshness.
If you want to watch a movie that lacks that final coat of Hollywood polish but can still be appreciated then this for you.
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