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I don't know what possessed these folks to present this fairly well acted flick as a pilot but they did. In spite of the very awkward sound track (TV music) and commercial dead space, the plot and acting kept me going.
I was please that the language was respectful (probably a result of future TV airing) of potential small fry viewers.
As for the plot, well not insane or anything and not, well I will let you decide that.
Right now it's a 5.2 rating, I think that's right on the money.
The opening seen has a guy in a brothel with a hooker on him and that's it for any nudity waste up in the very dark room 10 seconds probably. I would rate it a very weak PG-13 otherwise.
Saturday afternoon, cheap theater
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