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Raquel Rocha Vieira
After reading amazing reviews in the LA Weekly, the Los Angeles Times and The Hollywood Reporter I thought I'd take a chance with this ultra low budget thriller.
OMG, from the very first scene I was hooked. Sexy, nail biting, even surprisingly romantic, I found "bwoy" to be that rare Indie which made me feel like I was watching something with a much, much higher budget. It's also the kind of film that sticks with you; my friends and I were talking about it for days. It's the best thing I've seen Anthony Rapp do, and Jimmy Brooks was truly beguiling. It's funny that these two had more chemistry on screen through Skype than most "hollywood" stars do across from each other.
Run, don't walk to see this little movie.
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