A Necessary Death
Top Customer Reviews
The plot takes a number of sorrowful and suspenseful turns as the interests of each member of the film crew collide after the subject: Matt involuntarily captivates each person who have begun to experience remorse about the project they have undertaken.
The film is carried by exceptional performances from both GJ Echternkamp and Matt Tilley and an authoritative hold on the narrative by Stamm. There is no skimping on the development of the supporting characters either however, Valerie Hurt brings a level of sentiment and striking selflessness that the entire audience will be able to identify with and Michael Traynor effectively manages to add bursts of both humor and realism to the darker moments of the film's latter half. In sum, the film is skillfully crafted from start to finish with a thrilling pace set so that the viewer's attention is consistently rapt.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty grim, but I like that sort of thing. Surprise ending. Not for the weak at heart.Published 13 months ago by fystyred
Was interested in a movie that may be honest. Watched it about half way, surprised I got suckered in that far.Published 20 months ago by Artifex
I'm surprised this got as many good reviews as it did. I wish I would have known it was a faux documentary before I started watching, I didn't know until the very bad acting kicked... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Anjel
Faux is right.
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