In this black comedy feature film, David Hemblen plays Richard, a filmmaker who recounts the events leading to his collapse into madness, beginning with the infestation of his home by rats....
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In this black comedy feature film, David Hemblen plays Richard, a filmmaker who recounts the events leading to his collapse into madness, beginning with the infestation of his home by rats. Continually down on his luck, he convinces a broadcaster to fund a documentary on rats, which to him represent his disintegrating life. His progress is continually interrupted by set backs and further rat infestations, until one night he discovers another documentary has beaten him to the punch.Written by
You can tell how good a movie is by the sound quality.
Lots of times you can tell how bad a film is by he sound quality.
This must have been a very low budget film because it has such bad sound that I had trouble even understanding dialog. You crank up your TV to hear the poorly under micraphoned characters and then in the next scene they surprise you with some crap, like a really loud vacuum to see if they can blow the speakers in the TV.
This crap has the feel of a college film project.
The sound track is horrible too, it's supposed to set feeling but it's more like someone just randomly pushes keys on a keyboard. And the random keyboard pushing just keeps carrying on and on.
I also have a feeling they only had one camera when filming this one.
I don't know what was funnier. The 3d special effects they used for the target shooting scene are the acting.
If you can get over all that, there is a couple funny points.
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