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How much are you willing to pay for the price of justice? Well, there is one woman here, a wife and a mother, who is driven to go at any length to have justice done, and she will not give in, no matter how overwhelming the obstacles, but does she get justice in the end? And is it worth the price?
Of course you must understand her, she not only lost a child but also a husband, one in a more outrageous way than the other, and she had nothing else to live for but her quest for justice by revenge at any cost. The story is extremely well concieved and structed, there is nothing illogical in it, but the greatest question, which the film tries to answer, is why did the kidnapper do what she did, and how could she do it? The effort of an answer in the film is not satisfactory - it is almost mumbo jumbo. The only possible answer could irrationalism on an inhuman scale, and that is the problem of the film.
The actors are very good, especially Carolyn Bock as Caterina Hill makes a great performance and is perfectly consistent in her difficult realization of her role, while Cassandra Macgrath as Winona lacks that depth. But the main credit goes to Michael Adante, who both directed, wrote, produced and edited the film, which in its very bizarre way could be considered a masterpiece.
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