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Actor Enver Gjokaj plays one of the main characters, "Lucas", and actor Charlie Hofheimer plays another main character, "Travis", however in the end credits cast list, both men have the character name "Travis". See more »
Even though the "contestants" are supposed to only have 15 seconds to make a descision during the game, the clock can be seen to go way past the 15 second mark at several occasions. See more »
During initial credits the production company is misspelled as Perisicope See more »
Caught this movie on TV and I can't remember a movie I enjoyed less.
It's so bad, it defies placement in any genre. It's hard to call it a horror movie when it lacks any suspense or call it torture porn when it lacks gore. Other things lacking from this film include plot, character development, and competent acting and scriptwriting.
The reviews calling this a character study are way off the mark. Caring about a character's moral choices requires characters with moral agency and an audience that's invested in the story enough to care about the choices made by the characters. These characters are nothing more than objects to be used in a sadistic fantasy.
If you're thinking about watching this movie, don't. There's a long list of things you'd rather do.
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