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What a daring yet, appealing movie this was! Fantastic score, great scenes and an intricate storyline.
Not to mention an outstanding performance by Nick Mancuso.
Violent Blue is the type of film that does not force feed the audience like most films do especially in the trailers. When that happens, there's really no need to see the film, if all revealed in the trailer.
This film offers visionary images that root the foundations of the characters' emotions. And, the film's outstanding score offers movements thus moving the story smoothly.
Images of the pig only exemplifies what is coming up for each of these characters; warning the audience of what's yet to come. That, such is life, we may not be prepared for the worse, in my opinion.
And, Nick Mancuso's deep performance only adds to this progressive piece of cinema.
Violent Blue is a movie for folks that appreciate true cinema. It's a beautiful film to look at. And, this will be remembered and appreciated by audiences years after other films wear out their welcome.
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