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This is possibly the darkest movie I've ever seen and I watch a lot of movies. It's important to know that it's a low budget movie and takes place all in one location with minimal effects. The best part of the entire movie is the performance from the lead played by Daniel De Weldon. This was my first time seeing him in a movie and his performance is unbelievably strong, especially for an indie movie. It's easily the most intense performance I've ever seen in an indie movie and I expect we'll see more from him. This movie is a great watch for anyone looking for something extremely dark to watch or anyone interested in seeing an early performance from an actor likely to make it big.
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