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Although there was obviously not much in the way of budget for this film, and the acting isn't exactly the best, it's not a bad thriller. The desert surroundings are stunning and you really feel the isolation and desperation of the characters as the action heats up. If you can look past the predictability of the plot and just take it at face value, it's a surprisingly decent, little movie. Fortunately, the director doesn't try and make it too 'Arty', just sticking to clean, fresh shots which works very well and helps the overall flow of the picture. Once you get into the plot it keeps the viewer constantly entertained and surprised, even though the climatic final scenes are a bit of a let down. I've certainly seen a lot worse.
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