...as well as the worst amateurish acting. The only barely convincing character was Arash Mokhtar as Detective Markou. Everyone else seemed half asleep, bored, or acted like it was their first ever role, with zero cast direction from the director, which I'm certain was the case here. Then there was the convoluted and plot issue-riddled screenplay that had more holes in it than Swiss cheese. Long dragged out scenes, poor pacing, choppy editing, and boring action. I get that this was a low budget amateur film by Giuseppe Lucarelli, but as a newb filmmaker, wearing so many hats is a risk, especially when you're terrible in every role: writer, producer, actor and just atrocious as a director. I've seen 5th grade drama class productions better than this. And to pick a story that has been done so many times before, and make it one of the worst, is a huge fail. At least be creative. Thus the risk failed. He should've at least consulted with a seasoned screenwriter and/or director. It's a very generous 3/10 from me... 1 for effort as a newb filmmaker, 1 for not making me fall asleep, and the other 1 for me actually making it to the end - which was lame.