Feature film director Jack Thomas Smith's current project he calls "Infliction" is the actual assembled footage taken from the cameras belonging to two brothers, who documented a murder spree in North Carolina in 2011. The footage reveals in disturbing detail their actions and motives. It documents the effects of people's actions or inactions and its long-term consequences on other's lives. "Infliction" presents in cold detail a hard look at the blurred line between society's criminals and victims.Written by
Virgil Films & Entertainment
The story couldve been interesting, thats as far as it goes for this 105-minute trudge through a dysfunctional familys shady history. the script is painfully overwrought, only passable if an angsty teenager wrote it. the acting is forced but still flat, like people screaming things theyre reading off cue cards. the "found footage" premise is just an excuse for bad camera work and editing. this isnt worth a watch even to laugh at. stay away
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