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Critical Nexus (2013)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 13 September 2013 (USA)
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A young woman's pursuit of self-discovery and satisfaction turns deadly

Director:

Tirf Alexius

Writer:

Todd Heller
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Karmann Bajuyo ... Mark
Kiley B. Moore ... Katie (as Kiley Moore)
Ron Lipski ... Brendan
Chad Meyer Chad Meyer ... Johnny
Walt Sloan ... Parobek
Remoh Romeo ... Elvin
Tirf Alexius ... Corrupt Cop 1
Hugh Grady Hugh Grady ... Corrupt Cop 2
Kevin Wesley Kevin Wesley ... Brad
Danny Glenn ... Raymond
Charlie Gadd Charlie Gadd ... Porn Store Clerk
Kevin Lingle ... Mr. Jardine
Yusef Williams Yusef Williams ... Derrick
Kathleen Lawlor ... Middle-Aged Woman
Mat Labotka Mat Labotka ... Bartender
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A young woman's pursuit of self-discovery and satisfaction turns deadly

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The Crossroads of Death & Desire

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Thriller

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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4 Features Film Co. See more »
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Worth Checking Out for Originality
2 December 2013 | by puretalk291See all my reviews

Critical Nexus takes a different approach to dealing with ideas like our online identities and how they can have an impact in the real world. Each of the main characters is coming to terms with their actions or the consequences of their actions online. This is not the usual "ripped from current headlines" story line, rather it presents a some interesting ideas and observations about the costs of anonymity in our online lives without being preachy or apocalyptic. The cinematography and production looked very professional and the acting was also quite good for something on this scale and I would like to see more work by the two leads in particular. Overall, Critical Nexus deserves points for having an original plot, solid cinematography as well as some very good acting. All of which left me wanting more but in a good way.


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