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Don't be fooled by the good reviews which have obviously been written by people involved with the making of this or have a vested interest in it making some money because this is quite simply the worst film I have endured in some time. From the opening aerial shots of model countryside and houses through to the end, the whole film is imbued with amateurish writing and rank bad acting. It is predictable in its entirety. I watched the whole film with a vague sense of disinterest as I could not connect on any emotional level with the characters. the lead bad dude was laughable and just plain annoying followed closely behind by the rest of the cast. The only actor that may possibly have a career on this display is Spencer Locke, the American girl who at least displayed a bit of emotional depth. Truly a low budget mess of a movie
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