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Dane only has one chance to make a stellar first impression. Good thing there's a lie detector present at his job interview! *BEEP* He's screwed. And he's going to find out just how much the truth really hurts.
Unlike most murders that usually last for seconds or even hours, for the first time in the fabulous history of cinema, this premeditated, peculiarly cold-blooded and utterly merciless one, lasts for years. To be more specific, at first, it started as an unobtrusive annoyance, but shortly afterwards, it became a genuinely dreadful and sticky threat, forcing the hapless Forensic Pathologist Jack Cucchiaio to run for his life. The menace: A feral omnipresent entity that never sleeps, never forgets, and above all, never forgives. The weapon of choice: An exceptionally ineffective old-fashioned spoon. Chances of survival: None.Written by
This movie its great, and even if the time of it its limited to 10 minutes, you can really enjoy it, and the story its based on hard work to obtain what you will see in those 10 minutes, a must see movie! If you think that in 10 minutes not many can be done in a movie, You are wrong, in this movie in 10 minutes you will see all steps which a normal have in 90 120 minutes! The work done i can say, it is a great work, and even if it seems to be 10 minutes, you feel that in 10 minutes you see a whole 90 minutes movie, because the action its very good proportionate'd! Good job they did! I may expect a new movie from same producer and for sure it will not disappoint me, or you!
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