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Keeps you interested up to the end but unfortunately not the best ending
I must say I liked the movie. Would I watch it again? No. Up to the very end the movie was very interesting and it has been thus far - by my standards one of the best movies that you see 1:20mins only one actor acting.
Acting was good to great. Special attention was given to verbal communications to convey meaning and a big thumbs up for that.
Cinematography and editing was very good, too. It does not get boring or repetitive and the movie maintains an edge right close to the end. Very clever script actually.
I would spoil the movie if I continue to speak about the ending but If you haven't read many reviews (that could spoil the end) and like mystery flick I would recommend this movie.
7/10 for the clever movie but loses some point for the ending.
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