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This is one of the best indie films I have ever seen period, as it's quite a chilling and creepy film, with a suspenseful story and amazing performances! All the characters are fantastic, and the ending is a huge shocker and is extremely chilling. There are many twists and turns that are subtly put forth. Truly an underrated gem. See it if you can.
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