Tries to make a point, but fails due to script, acting and execution.
This film aims to reduce mineral rape in Congo, by linking consumer electronics with the occurring atrocities to raise awareness. Instead it's a self indulgent post-modern romp in which we see a teenage girl raped, her parents violently killed, and a young girl smirking through a window as it happens.
The concept is bad enough, but the execution is where it fails. It's a horrible film that is more concerned with its own importance than that of the people routinely raped and executed because they live in the wrong place.
Other than the concept, there is nothing else. Visual cliché's, appalling music and a cast of caricatures working nervously and erratically. Really very poor.
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