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The plot centres around the aforementioned, Andrew (Nicholas Bool), he lives alone seems to have lost all his friends and has to endure a day job in the glamour of the local pie factory. Then they have to `let him go', probably because he is a bit dysfunctional, but they claim cut backs. With nothing but his gold fish for company he goes out and kicks seven bells out of some bloke in a club toilet for abusing another man. After the fight is taken to the dance floor he gets ejected and beaten. There he ends up in an alleyway and the creepy camera man turns up with a pole wielding punter who is told to kill Andrew. He fails and Andrew becomes their new pet to order about in a world of prostitution, horrible pimp drug dealers and voyeuristic sleaze bags who should have vacated the gene pool some generations back.
What unfolds is a story of awakenings, and a need to put things right. This is violent and psychologically messes with you, but it is not torture porn as most of it is done off camera and in a non gratuitous way. There are problems with the sound levels there are long periods with no dialogue, especially so at the beginning and I don't think anyone was writing an Oscar acceptance speech after seeing the rushes. However, this was made on less than a shoe string and it is both visceral and gripping, and you can see why Gareth Evans went on to make `The Raid'.Read more ›
"Abbrogio! Fantragastro! Le pelluzzia del Footsteps escraw unb predulippapp! Texmat Bosmatchyy! Del Broghastlio Lieed: They doggie, they doggie, they doggie, they doggie. Les assantos de puzioolahs du SNUFF PORNOGRAPHY et du ALIENATED URBAN YOUTH. Despuddo daw 'Plenty they disturbing images impressive at basically no budget' Dorrho privetski, nodottorrho Chottorhœhia!"
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THIS MOVIE WAS COMPLETELY HARD TO FOLLOW. MADE NO SENSE WHATSOEVER. I WONDER ABOUT THESE REVIEWS ON HERE SOMETIMES. WOW.Published on May 9, 2011 by Laura J. Pauley
I had some high hopes for this one. Some actors were good, some were just horrible. really low budget, which would be ok, if the director could make up for it, but he did not. Read morePublished on February 2, 2008 by Mr. Fantastic