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The Valley of Tears (2006)

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A man is trapped in a place between worlds, where his actions are meaningless.

Director:

Péter Engert (as Peter Engert)

Writers:

Péter Engert (screenplay) (as Peter Engert), Péter Engert (story) (as Peter Engert) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Katalin Armatrading Katalin Armatrading ... Lena
Jerry Camejo Jerry Camejo ... Gary
Tyler Cornacchione Tyler Cornacchione ... Lisa
Dominick Daniel ... Lock
Péter Engert ... Joe, Jr. (as Peter Engert)
Robert Erickson Robert Erickson ... Mr. Gilbert
Gabriella Gubás ... Eva
Sophia London Sophia London ... Mrs. Segovia (as Sophia Alvarez)
Andre Martinez Andre Martinez ... Mr. Segovia
Jillian Mezo ... Emily
Nicole Michele Nicole Michele ... Vicky
Owen Miller ... Goodness
Acie Mitchell Acie Mitchell ... Beck
Neeona Neal Neeona Neal ... Erika
Neonna Neal Neonna Neal ... Erika
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A man is trapped in a place between worlds, where his actions are meaningless.

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Death is just the beginning!


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Not Rated
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Official Sites:

Stone Bridge Films

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 November 2006 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

A könnyek völgye See more »

Filming Locations:

Florida, USA See more »

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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Stone Bridge Films See more »
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Color
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Bruno, the dog died a few days after his scenes were filmed. See more »

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Referenced in Eagles in the Chicken Coop (2010) See more »

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Exploded Love
Lyrics by Péter Engert & Ádám Balázs
Music, Composed and Performed by Ádám Balázs
Copyright, 2005 Yellow Gator Productions
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Worst Movie Ever... Trust Me. Read before even thinking of viewing this film, please.
3 March 2007 | by D-SligarSee all my reviews

I have to say that I really did want to give this movie a chance, even given the poor ratings, I really, really tried. Needless to say, this movie falls flat on it's face... no, grave, and now ranks at the very bottom of abyss of my considerable movie-viewing history (I own more than 400 DVD's and had 200+ VHS, before giving them away to my friends. No one buys VHS anymore, hence the freebies). Prior to this, I think "The Net 2.0" ranked as one of the lowest ratings I could give a film; at least in recent history, short of those films that were so bland that they have given me subconscious amnesia and I have so blissfully forgotten them {sigh}.

Where to start... I was very interested in the story line, as it sounded so promising replete with a fairly decent into, and figured since I had forced myself to sit through some really awful movies in my time, one more couldn't possibly hurt... Boy was I wrong! I couldn't even force sit through half of the movie, even though I gave it my very best effort (my wife would have smacked me if she knew I wasted this precious time so). Ultimately, the worst part of the movie is the god-awful acting; I mean come on, these guys didn't even try and made simple commercial actors look like seasoned professionals (think, if you can, actors from Turkish Star Wars... yup, I've seen that too and this was worse). You could probably gather together a group of people from your local 7-11 and end up with better acting skills in the group, and this is simply putting it lightly. The film was so bad that, after subjecting myself to the first 20-25 minutes of it, I could stand it no more. I know, I know, I had already sat through 1/3 of it, why couldn't I finish it? That is the question I asked myself, several times, but after scanning ahead, hoping for something better, I found I just couldn't stomach the bad, bad, bad... no, horrendous acting and had to put my suffering to rest. If the director wants to argue that I didn't give the film a chance or that I missed some pivotal point later in the film, I did stop check it every 10 minutes or so to see if the stand-ins somehow garnered some rudimentary acting skills, but unfortunately they had not. Perhaps the actual story itself was pretty decent, but only the most stalwart individual will ever find this so... unless you come out with a novella ans we can skip the misgivings altogether.

If you must subject yourself to this inhumane torture, please, please, please somebody post the first 5 minutes or so on YouTube, so that no one will even consider viewing this film under the false pretense that it has something to offer. Believe me, the story is compelling; however, the acting, or lack thereof, caused this film to be a still-birth... better yet, it annihilated the script, for lack of a better term, before it could see its first breath of hope.

BTW Given the 50/50 vote of totally crappy to "oh-bejeezus this film rockz!", after subjecting myself to this blather, I would consider with great certainty that the perps of the 10 votes (all 10 of you) are people that actually had something to do with the film; e.g., writer, director, actors, etc, trying to save face from a film that should never have met the DVD press. To those that are doing this, you should consider the concept of your own film, and hope to make things right.


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