The whole movie was shot using 2 Panasonic DVX100 camcorders, which probably explains the overall grainy look of the film. See more »
(at around 31 mins) Early on, Dr. Gruber professes to be a psychiatrist, a profession that is an M.D. However, toward the end of the movie (at around 1h 14 mins), John Oldman refers to him as a psychologist, a Ph.D. See more »
Hey buddy, you don't waste time, do you?
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A seriously engaging film with a small twist at the end. Lots of small inputs of educational facts and figures but stay alert as they come quick and fast. I thought the mix of characters was excellent and the tale outstanding, but that is down to Bixby the writer. The acting was a little wooden but the story-line was fast enough (after a slightly slow start) to save dwelling on this. A sci-fi film with absolutely no special effects, relying solely on the story and a room-full of actors.
A highly recommended film that needs some concentration and thought to fully appreciate, and that might even cause a tear if you become fully immersed. A nice change from the usual no-brainer special effects charged tear-aways.
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