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A reclusive American composer with an online following has a tentative romance with a beautiful social worker. This offers a glimmer of hope, but his mind fractures as the voices in his head grow louder and more destructive. Written by
A Complex Subject Resulting in Average Psychological B-Movie
Maybe Biting a Bit More Than They Can Chew, These Low-Budget Filmmakers are on Shaky Ground When it Comes to the Conceit Proclaiming its Ability to Convey the Inner-Workings of a Very Troubled Psyche.
But, the Movie Does Manage to be Somewhat Intriguing and Somewhat Complex for Such a Minimum Working Budget. The Movie Looks Good and the Soundtrack is Reflective of its Pathological Subject Matter.
It is Want to Give Us More than it Can Deliver. Combing, Stalker, Serial-Killer, and Horror Movie Tropes. The Film Manages to Touch These Things for an OK Entertainment, there Just Isn't Enough Time or Money to Due Any of it Justice and it Ends Up Being an Average B-Movie at Best and a Big Disappointment at Worst.
Still, Worth a Watch for Fans of the Psychological Thriller and B-Movies, Although it is More Emotional than Visceral, So Those Expecting a Lot of the Red Stuff will No Doubt Come Un-Glued and Eviscerate.
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