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Don't get fooled by the marketing
This was one of the worst movies i ever saw. Amateurish and not even worth to be released on BluRay. How should it: It was shot with a video cam that does not even catch focus all the time, the tone comes from the camera itself and if it would be at least promoted as an amateur movie, it would be okay. There are so many mistakes but you get distracted by the bad acting anyway. As I said: as a movie done by hobby filmmakers one can show or watch it on private screenings and it might be "fun", cause you know the makers. As a DVD/BluRay release it is a mess and a lie to the one who falls for the description. Shame on me, but I was one of them!
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