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Familiar David DeCoteau style and location with OK story
There actually is some dialog, mainly for exposition as the characters explain what happened in the past. One young guy in briefs scene that is repeated later in the movie. One shower scene with no nudity. Actually safe for almost anyone who is not offended by shirtless, friendly guys. The same big mansion used in other DeCoteau movies. Nice place with beautiful furnishings.These movies have OK plot lines but they do move very slowly. You might figure out the ending before it gets there. The images are OK but the sound is not good at times. This is the best of David's films that I have seen thus far.
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