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I finally got to view this movie when I got if from Netflix. Although the gore is great, it is scarce to say the least. If you like foreign films, this one is for you. Great work with color schemes and music, but the camera shots are like film school quality. This movie could have and should have been a lot better. The plot had a lot of holes and the viewer needed more information about the entire aspect of the plot. The Who, What, Why, Where, and How's were not addressed as well as they should have been for an effective dramatic experience. Some of the gore was essentially not needed in its entirety. It was how ever very disturbing and effective.The acting was sub par at least. Some of the cast seemed to be reading off of cue cards. For a movie that was supposed to be very dramatic, the actors did not have any chemistry between them as an ensemble. I have no idea why Vincent Gallo was cast. He has got to be one of the most unattractive male leads in the industry. Anyhow. This movie was really bad all around. I would recommend that it be avoided at all costs. This is not one of the films you should see before you die. This is not a film for gore hounds either as it has minimal gore. The gross out alone is not reason enough for a viewing of this movie. I'm sure if you want to know what is so gross about this movie, just ask someone who has seen it and save the rental fee. Stay away from Trouble Every Day.
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