On the upside, the movie tried to be more than a slasher film. It had some dialog that scratched at some issues having to do with the soul, greed and other human failings. But, to what end? I don't know.
The story was murky: Did the boyfriend die; did Annika die; are they all dead; am I dead; was it all a dream? In the end, it's probably not worth thinking about too hard. But, there were enough elements to make the story compelling, IMO, if it were more clear.
The things I liked about the movie were (1) the set kept shifting and giving the sense that they could never get out. Perhaps even more could have been done with that. (2) I liked the lead actress, Kim Mai Guest. She was believable, had a nice face, and some emotional range. Usually, she was the good girl, but occasionally she showed a bit of anger. Too bad this was her only movie role.
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