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Set in a post-apocalyptic future where a cataclysmic war is waged daily on American soil, 'Fallout' focuses on the investigation into a failed mission by a Department of Homeland Security counter-terrorism team - the 'Wild Cards' - to stop a group of terrorists with a suitcase nuke in the ruins of Phoenix, Arizona. After the smoke clears, a tough-as-nails military investigator examines for evidence that the Wild Cards may have been betrayed by one of their own - via questioning and a brutal holographic memory extraction process - though he may have his own agenda. Written by
"Fallout" is a 16-minute short film from 5 years ago written and directed by experienced filmmaker Paul DeNigris. And it is obvious that he is not a rookie as this film has a couple solid elements from start to finish. Still I wasn't too impressed. Visually, it's an okay watch, but the story never got me really interested, let alone to the edge of my seat. The actors in here are not really famous and DeNigris may have to step things up in the future if he wants to get into feature filmmaking. But he is still fairly young, so there is hope. As for "Fallout", people who love science fiction more than I do may have a better time watching this award-winning little flick. Everybody else can skip it.
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