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20 years after going MIA in Desert Storm, Aaron returns home under mysterious conditions, not having aged since his disappearance, and must reestablish relationships with loved ones before an imminent return to an ambiguous other-worldly existence. Written by
I gave this film a 3 because it looks slick, ( when the color timing is corrected ) the acting is decent ( somewhat ) and, and... and --. Well, that's about it. Perhaps the writer(s) director, or someone, anyone, might post a thought on what the hayseed this film is about. Who cares about the ending. Obviously the film makers didn't.
I was ( somewhat ) intrigued for the first ten or fifteen minutes then started talking to the screen to relieve frustration. Stuff like, "Ah, that's one spicy'a meatball!" And, "Mind if I smoke? I don't care if you burn! FIRE! FIRE IN THE THEATER!!" And then I woke up and realized it was all just a bad dream.
Now there's your ending, fellas! A bad dream! Just have Aaron wake up and reveal it was all just a bad dream! But just then, the CAMERA PULLS BACK and WE SEE Aaron, lying naked, back in the forest! Was it just a dream or...? PAN OVER to Rod Serling, standing stoic by a tall evergreen taking a drag off his Lucky Strike cigarette and...
Allow me if you will...
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