This short film is going to pertain to Kendrick Lamrlar's album good kid, maad city. The film will capture the quintessence of K-dot's childhood and his upbringings. Also capturing his rise... See full summary »
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And then she just gets to live here, like nothing ever happened. The fucking vampire. I hope she dies.
Vampires can't die. They're already dead.
That's right. 'Cause they aren't people. What kind of person breaks up a family like that anyway?
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French director tries to make sense of American violence
The film begins where our two beltway killers meet and slowly become one in their hate and lust for murder. It is entirely speculative in its dialogue and development. The one thing I liked is that it was not acted like some Charlie Manson crazed mass killer. Nevertheless, the characters never really reach a believable characterization of the type of anti social personality disorder that makes it possible to behave in such a way. I would suppose that it would be hard for such a young writer to lose himself in such a mind as that.
The editing of this film is laughable and there really is no rhythm to the cutting, it jumps around which makes me think that the director was not experienced enough to get enough coverage. There is a lot of running through the forests, proclamations about why people are no good, but none of which have any impact or gives the feeling of menace. In fact, menace is lacking in every part of this film.
Any thought that there would be a payoff for the time spent watching this movie is lost with a uninteresting and boring final scene that could have been cut from the film without any consequence. I say skip this one...
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