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The film could have been a nice thriller with a drug lord, organized crime, nasty cops and so on. Then there is the money launderer's loss of memory. That doesn't help the plot at all, but rather slows it down. - - - - - - - - but it doesn't matter at all, because it's obviously a low-budget movie, which the film clearly shows. There are various scenes where nothing happens for minutes. For many minutes. The scene in the nightclub (in the trailer at minute one) lasts ten minutes in the film, and nothing happens at all in time. And when something happens, then there is only one very (!) shaky camera and many fast cuts. This is the easiest and above all also the cheapest trick, in order to compensate a missing action and to fake tension. you have the fast cuts also in the trailer, the wobbly camera was skilfully omitted there. however, the right film consists to 50% only of cut and wobbly camera. In this respect you should call the whole "helter skelter" rather than "film" rather "spectator fooling".
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