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The Further Adventures of Anse and Bhule in No-man's Land (2017)

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The Further Adventures of Anse and Bhule is a post-apocalyptic, love story following a cult of men as they discover women from a dueling tribe, shattering and transforming each others fears, beliefs and cultures forever.

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Barry Hunt

Writers:

Tania Myren, Jeb Pearson (screen adaptation)
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Credited cast:
Lorraine Bahr Lorraine Bahr ... Margarette
Aundre Barnes Aundre Barnes ... Del
Elisha Elisha ... Henig
Dan Hill Dan Hill ... Bhule
Daniel Hill Daniel Hill ... Bhule
Jeb Pearson Jeb Pearson ... Sleeping man
Sean Skvarka Sean Skvarka ... Chaunce
Kelly Tallent Kelly Tallent ... Persephone
Garfield Wedderburn Garfield Wedderburn ... Anse
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The Further Adventures of Anse and Bhule is a post-apocalyptic, love story following a cult of men as they discover women from a dueling tribe, shattering and transforming each others fears, beliefs and cultures forever.

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Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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USA

Language:

English

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2017 (USA) See more »

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Incoherent babble
26 August 2018 | by jameslinhamSee all my reviews

This is the worst kind of self indulgent nonsense. The plot is muddled and confusing with several different actors playing the same characters in different time frames with no attempt to identify who they are within each period. Poorly conceived and with little to recommend it, this is let down further by some of the worst green screen effects it has ever been my misfortune to witness. Over reliant on the use of colour filters to try and give some impact, the editing is hamfisted and the film blighted by the lack of s clear creative vision. Clean, bright white sheets seem to make up most of the wardrobe and their pristine colour in a dusty, dry post-apocalyptic landscape jars with every scene. In addition there are various dream sequences that have such appallingly anachronistic costumes (or gratuitous nudity) that the relevance is lost on all except the screenwriter. Stay away from this horrendous "film"


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