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It's broad daylight in a shantytown and a man witnesses a woman being murdered by masked men on the rooftop of a nearby building. He tries to surreptitiously take a photo the event but is seen. He runs away and hides in his studio apartment but the men soon find him, bashing his head in with a hammer and knocking him out. After being unconscious for some time, the man wakes up in the middle of the night to find himself naked and abandoned in the center of town. To his even greater surprise, he comes across a crying child. Where is he and who is this kid? Written by anonymous

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A low budget indie movie made by a skilled directer, but without clear vision
15 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

For a movie that had my attention rapt for the first hour it's amazing at how far it fell off by the end. A man sees an assault at a rooftop from across the street, but before he can call the authorities he is spotted and attempts to hide. The story alone worked well and the genre elements played with in the first part of the movie were very effective, but the movie was determined to completely undermine your assumptions as it progressed. And when that worked in conjunction with the story it was trying tell about a man in deep despair and depression it really worked. But then it slipped the rug out from under you again. And again. And again. And again. And eventually I didn't care anymore. There was a point when a particularly effective character arc was revealed in a bathroom that would have been a perfect ending point that would have left me puzzling over the movie long after I had left the theater. But the movie continued on at blisteringly slow pace for another half hour. Too bad, because the set up was very good.


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