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Only enjoyable if you mistake pretentiousness for originality
Right from the first few minutes, I knew I was in trouble. This bomb may only be enjoyable if you get a kick out of cheap "artistic" imagery, or if you mistake pretentiousness for originality.
I don't even have anything against the low budget aspect. Low budget has given us excellent results in the past, and it usually has to do with the director having a firm idea of what he wants. This "Ajai" guy definitely hasn't: he alternated from cheap horror flick clichés to surrealistic collages, from gory make-up to Disney-ish superimposed images and corny effects and lighting. This COULD be promising if it went all out surreal on us, but no: this whole poorly written and acted ordeal is just an excuse to deliver a tired, hackneyed "coming-to-terms- with-tragedy" story that brings us nothing interesting or creative. It's silly and pointless, and I just can't fathom how anyone could bother making this film come into fruition. If only it were entertainingly bad as The Room, but no, not even that.
If you're curious, just watch the opening credits and then leave. That is the whole movie.
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