MOLE MAN follows RON, a 66-year-old autistic man who has spent the last five decades building a 50-room structure in his parents' backyard. Using no nails or mortar, Ron instead creates ... See full summary »
An imprisoned female lawyer, a ruthless Glaswegian gangster, his imprisoned wife and a secret society. Escape, capture, kidnap,interrogation and deception. A prize and its cost. Put them all together and you have, The Dossier.
This appars to be a low budget indy film shot presumably in NYC, or Brooklyn (BTW, for REAL New Yorkers, Brooklyn is NOT NYC.)
It's actually well written and acted. Suprisingly. Have no idea who any of these actors are, but they were pretty OK. Usually indy mvies that don't go the horror/supernatural/slaher route really suck. This is because we need a known actor or two to relate to, whereas horror films just need zombies or slasher to entertain us.
In this case it didnt matter. I actually was engaged and laughed from time to time too.
The blond, Jessica Copeland wasnt a very strong actor, but I overlooked it.
Movie reminds me of early Kevin Smith.
The only thing I really hated was the shaky cam. I really really really HATE shaky cam shots. They are so f'ing annoying.
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