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i thought this was called the "the mysterious Disappearance of Kevin Johnson" it had a different cover on it when i seen it as well. words cannot describe how bad this film is which wouldn't be so bad except every review on the box touted it as a cinematic great. the documentary shooting style is unbelievably painful and boring, when it starts you assume it's only going to stay in the style for about ten minutes but it stays that way as far as i know for the whole film. I watched it in a large group and we were all excited to watch it because of the ratings but after an hour, for more than half of which i had to fight to keep it on despite finding every second absolute misery (i genuinely believed it must have had some merit - it didn't) we turned it off took it up to the second hand shop and sold it for 25p towards a new film.
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