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As others have said the basic plot is simple. Daughter reported dead, dad says it isn't her, dad goes on rampage to find daughter. Not the same as Taken but obviously an attempt to vary the theme.
Starting with the actors there is the basic problem of being able to understand them. Everything they say is muffled and guttural sounding. Even when they can be understood their lines don't make any sense.
The plot also seems very poor. I know they were trying to ride the Taken wave but there's no way any father would react the way the main character does. One example is when he visits the office his daughter worked at. He talks to the boss, gets mad, and beats up the security guards. Why? The security guards are just doing their job escorting him out. He has no further business in the building. So why stop on his way out to beat them up and get arrested. Ahh, so he can meet the police working the case of the actual dead girl. Why didn't he go there directly?
The camera work also seems very poor. It's a rare scene to get a good view of an actors face during what should be intense emotional moments. Maybe I shouldn't fault the camera guy. The actors never varied their facial expressions so maybe it was an attempt to hide what poor acting jobs they were doing.
Over all you can expect random tough guy lines and violence that makes no sense. I made it part way though the movie and turned it off. It's just a loud indecipherable mess.
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