This is the sort of art house movie that gives art house movies a bad name. The film is about stalking and all the scenes are filmed as if from security cameras. Some shots are split screen, some are complete with time of shooting, some are desperately fuzzy, etc. The two actors, a man and a woman are shot separately - I think the man is in Germany and the woman in London but to make sure I would have to watch it again and I am certainly not going to do that. All they do is wander around streets and through buildings and stare off into space. There is no interaction between the two and all dialogue or more properly the two monologues are voice over. The man appears to be writing a book about being stalked by the woman, there are, at times, even typing noises on the sound track. The woman gives a kind of stream of consciousness rant about being betrayed. All in all it is very much like an film made by an undergraduate trying desperately to be original except that it's about 10 times longer and watching it seems like 100 times longer. I am not sure that you can write a spoiler for a movie like this because nothing happens but in case someone thinks it does contain a spoiler I apologise.
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