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Loving movies like I do, this was the one of the best of all possible worlds in which to see this movie - it didn't help.
Unlike so many films that have been shot on foreign locations, this one really allows the viewer to feel and absorb the locales and their seedy underbellies.
You might be left feeling a little unsettled or unsatisfied when the movie is done, but you probably will not be indifferent.
As an Old Asia Hand, I enjoyed this movie if for nothing more than the sights and sounds of Cambodia. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ross Bankson
Top class. Perfectly cast. The heat and humidity sweeps out of the screen and over you.
I should know. I was there at this time.
The movie and packaging of this DVD was perfect. I'm glad to be able to find this product at such a low price as well!Published 20 months ago by David
The story goes that previews of High Noon showed it to be just another Western which would make a go of it only on Gary Coopers indelible character. Read morePublished on November 19, 2009 by drkhimxz
Matt Dillon's directorial debut is one of those films whose strengths are also its weaknesses. It's atmospheric with a fairly vivid sense of place - the parts of Cambodia that need... Read morePublished on October 11, 2009 by Trevor Willsmer
This film is a real journey to an unknown world. An assurance-executive is inquired by the federal authorities due the fact the Assurance Enterprise has not responded to their... Read morePublished on September 7, 2009 by Hiram Gomez Pardo
Matt Dillon directed this film... his first. Very impressive! The choices across the board are perfect, and the score by Tyler Bates... well done. Read morePublished on November 29, 2008 by D. Noe
Matt Dillon wrote, directed and acted in this sort of pulp fiction tale about a con artist feeling guilty about bilking victims of a Hurricane Katrina-like mess. Read morePublished on August 4, 2008 by Bradley F. Smith