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Fly on the Wall, the latest film by writer/director Michael R. Morris, is not a typical thriller. It unfolds more like a documentary film, but not in a cheesy "found footage" sort of way. The POV camera is courtesy primarily of a "fly" that the main characters use to spy on on of their ex-girlfriends -- creepy -- and then they witness a chilling event that they struggle to react to. Part thriller, part treatise on techno-voyeurism (with some comic relief from the actor who plays the protagonist's friend), Fly on the Wall avoids clichéd Hollywood twists as it builds to its clever conclusion.
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