During filming, Michael Biscardi suffered a deep cut to his left hand from a knife, but insisted on continuing to shoot the scene. He said, "It happened to Orson Welles and 'Citizen Kane' had pretty good luck." See more »
As the previous reviews state, I have seen this movie entirely and must say there is 0 talent in this film from both the acting and crew.
This film has zero respect for good story telling, acting and cinematography. Sadly, I have seen better things come from film students.
Lets start with the acting. It's clear that its the first time for these actors and its comes across as there first movie. The delivery of the poorly written lines is absolutely painful to watch. I'm not sure how anyone can make it though this film. It looks as if the cast was "the friends" of the director and never actually acted before in their lives.
Lets move on to camera work. It looks like they had a cheap sony camera and used it to gather shots vs tell a story. There is no story telling in this camera work. Over exposed shots, nothing matches and nothing good about them.
To the director, who actually posted a response back to the IMDb review. This is not for you. You are clearly in the wrong field. These reviews should be helpful for your next project and a big part of filmmaking if being humble. You have a learn to in this industry and with your negative approach, you will drown clearly.
The film is awful, lesson learned. Please do not waste your time watching this 3 hour film. You will be wishing you had that 3 hours back.
The director needs help because he's clearly thinks this film will be successful
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