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Hunter wears a Bundeswehr Parka (German Army Jacket). See more »
[Brad laughs nervously]
Really, uh... it just doesn't make any sense, though. I mean... It's just dark, you know? This is... This is Texas, man! It's like... it's like, 55 degrees in this shit,
You know what I think? The government, man... They've gotta have, like... uh...
There is no government...
...something up their sleeve.
There is not government anymore, Brad! So many of those things have gone off that we can't even fucking see the sun anymore!
Look, there's always a government...
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Being a Gentleman is Overrated, but Not Too Overrated For Me
Written by Kevin Merrill
Performed by deerbourne
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It is a kind of film like 'The Road(2009)'; poetic, rich with visuals, emotionally well-balanced and sustains on human emotions rather than mere thrills. It is one of the best post-apocalyptic thrillers of the decade, yet very underrated. This film is a feast for the lovers of quality thrillers.
Background score is unique and performances are top-notch. Set and costume design are very authentic. Cinematography is fine. Overall mood created by director Peter Engertis is artistic and beautiful yet fearsome. Quality of the fear fused with human emotions and helplessness is very depressing and dark.
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