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Slow, tedious, uneventful. Like watching an egg boil.
One of the slowest, poorly acted, mundane, simplistic films I have ever seen, it barely qualifies as a real movie and more like a made-for-TV special. It looks home-made, like the director used a hand-me-down camera, and the acting was very community theater. The story was almost non-existent, and the SFX was laughable. "Daughters of the Plague" sounds like a great title for a movie about feminism, yet it was wasted on this garbage. Sad.
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