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Josh Quong Tart
This had a fairly interesting story line that could have been really fun and entertaining.
Unfortunately, the acting was so wooden and so unbelievable that I couldn't stay in the story long enough to enjoy it.
On top of that, the sound mix was ridiculously bad. Specifically, the background music and ambient sound was mixed too high and drowned out much of the dialogue. On top of that, much of the background music just didn't seem to fit the scenes it was placed in.
In the end, it was painful to continue watching all the way to the end, but I stuck with it in the hopes of getting some kind of closure on the time I'd already put into it. It was a hope unrealized.
If I could go back knowing what I know now, I'd have skipped this dog.
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