When Lee is walking toward the Army recruiter, a Lexus RX SUV is seen. The film takes place in 2002, and the model shown was not produced before 2003. See more »
[talking about his mother]
She not coming back, is she?
I don't know. When I was your age I used to play a game called "Life is not fair". You know why they call that? Cause life is not fair. It sucks. But you gotta play. I don't know... maybe she wants to come back. But she can't.
Maybe she's dead.
What d'you say?
I hope she is.
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In the end roll on-screen credits, Ryan Maslyn is listed twice as Set Production Assistant. See more »
There are Parts of this Indie Movie that are Extremely Well Done. There is the Cinematography that is Stunning at Times, the Performances are All Very Good, and there is an Ominous, Chilling, Creepiness that Permeates the Picture.
But the Montage is Awful. The Overall Feeling that the Viewer is left with is Frustrating and Unsatisfying. it Seems that the Filmmakers Opted for Restraint and Offered a Cold and Overly Calculated Movie and it tries so Hard to be Unconventional and Non-Hollywood that They Forgot that this is a Movie.
It is Pieced Together with a Shaggy Assemblance of Disjointed Drama that Scene for Scene is OK but a Film is a Combination of Scenes that are Put Together to Create Seamless Storytelling and this Fails Monumentally on that Level, Especially in the Final Act.
The Pieces in this Misassembled Mess are on their own Remarkable and it is Obvious that there is Talent in this Creation, but all of that is Wasted as the Finished Film just leaves too much to be Desired and as Enlightened Entertainment or Even a Character Study the Completed Film Falls Apart and that is Inexcusable.
Overall, it Cannot be Recommended as a Film that is Worthy of its Subject Matter or as a Film as Completed. Because the Movie just can't Escape the Feeling that it is Incomplete and Ill Fitting.
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