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A trio of long lost sisters make a documentary film about how to save the world and the true nature of humanity, on the eve of a possible apocalypse.

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Hale Mednik

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Hale Mednik
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Mia Allen ... Allison
Stuart Bennett Stuart Bennett ... Clyde
Alysse Fozmark ... Claire
Greg James ... Ben
J.J. Johnston J.J. Johnston ... Ka'ala
Hanna Jordan Hanna Jordan ... Raya
Brian Adrian Koch Brian Adrian Koch ... Nick
Jeff McCall Jeff McCall ... Chanterelle Mafia
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A trio of long lost sisters make a documentary film about how to save the world and the true nature of humanity, on the eve of a possible apocalypse.

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USA

Language:

English

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4 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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Stupid on a sled
26 March 2018 | by SnootzSee all my reviews

While this movie is (and this phrasing is very much unlike my usual reviews)-- tree hugger pseudo-hippie nonsense-- it is somehow captivating and quasi-interesting all the way through. One wonders if it's ever going to hit a climax or have any resolution. At the end of the movie one is still asking the same question. Yes it has a climax... sort of... and a resolution... sort of.

But what it boils down to is philosophical nonsense disguised as a Scifi/fantasy movie. The acting is bland, the script beyond ludicrous, the plot (what there is of it) a slow drudgery of getting nowhere. The variety of the three female leads keeps this from being a total loss, and I kept bouncing back and forth between giving it 3 or 4 stars.

But in the end it's 3-star nonsense with semi-interesting characters. I would say it makes a point except it doesn't. It's a "documentary" without evidence, a finger-pointer without solutions, and total tripe in concept. It's a perfectly good way to waste an hour and a half without considering it a *total* waste... but it comes pretty close to being a bad movie. Nah, let's call it: it's a bad movie.


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