The best thing about this movie is the opening credits. Sadly, when the opening is really good it is usually a sign that what follows won't be. This is the case with "The Inner Room".
The camera was so shaky that it made you nauseous. The lighting was so dark that you couldn't tell what was going on. It wasn't a case of mood, or feeling, it was just a case of poor lighting. At some points a good 3/4 of the screen was dark. Many of the shots were so poorly composed that you couldn't tell who, or what, the focus was supposed to be. The script was similarly composed in that there were so many attempts at a subplot that it felt like five separate short films were mashed together. There was no real conclusion to many of the subplots and by the time any conclusion was reached it has become so boring and convoluted that it was really hard to care. The audience actually laughed out loud at a couple of points toward the end because the acting, dialogue and action were so cheesy. Every scene seemed to go on for way too long.
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