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In the near future police detective, Richard Manning, is investigating the most difficult case of his career - the seemingly impossible locked room murder of a wealthy property investor. The more Richard investigates, the more complex the case seems to become. He soon realizes his own future and survival depend on him solving everything - and quickly. Written by
This must be one of the most unwatchable movies I have ever suffered through ..... and I didn't even finish it. I'm proud that I actually made it through 40 minutes.
Director/writer Alex Galvin seems more focused on creating some sort of noir imagery than having the actors actually act and tell a comprehensible story. Everyone looked and moved and spoke like an automaton! Like moving, talking, deadpan, mannequins. The opening setup is actually interesting for a story but - golly - did Mr. Galvin stop thinking at that point? This movie is not art cinema nor even a movie.... but it exist.
Sorry Mr. Galvin, better luck next time.
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