6 strangers are kidnapped and through governmental technology have proof they have all killed before and are told 5 will die this night, one may walk, and the six have 2 hours to decide who gets to live.
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When six strangers with unspeakable pasts wake up imprisoned in an abandoned warehouse, they discover they are being forced to participate in an evil experiment; Five must die. One can live. And they have two hours to decide amongst themselves who survives. The clock is ticking and if they don't decide... they all die.
Well, rarely do I write reviews for a film which could be acted out on stage, but despite its terrible reviews, I have to give this a 6/10 for the plot twist alone. I didn't it see coming, and it was quite original.
6 strangers are tied up and bound in a cellar. They all have no idea how they got there. Along the way, they are told that only 1 will leave alive, and it's up to them to decide which one. As the plot goes along, we find that a government agency is behind it, and there is a secret reason they are all there. But is the reason given true, or is there something else going on? They all confess to being sinners, but despite the flashbacks we are shown, can their confessions be trusted?
"The Eyes" may not be a well acted film, but to be honest, there is a reason for that too as you will understand at the end.
One can argue that this is hardly a film by normal standards. It's a play that happens to be acted out on film, and despite its wooden Direction and shoe string budget, who cares? I wasn't expecting Doctor Zhivago. For those who expect "Saw" because of the setup? Nothing near. What we really have here is an elaborate game being played out- a cat and mouse tale, whose sole purpose is to set up a very unique and clever twist which made it worth watching. It held my attention throughout, and the twist was the icing on the cake.
As time goes on "being original" is becoming harder and harder. They at least tried something clever. It does keep you guessing, and the ending makes it worthwhile for those who are willing to hang with it..
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