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This review is from: Gabriel (DVD)
This dark, orginally unknown film is building a growing, enthusiastic following outside of its cult, low budget origins. Shot in the tradition of The Crow, Highlander and Sin City, it has an artsy, comic book appeal. Excellent production qualities, lighting and sets belie its tiny, independent film budget.
This is fantasy-horror stuff, and it takes awhile to get into the twisted apocolyptic world that the characters inhabit. However, the strong acting and near perfect casting soon grips you into this strong and mystical morality tale.
A truly remarkable find in film making, especially noteworthy coming from a group of relative unknowns from Australia. A great add to your collection.
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Initial post: Mar 15, 2008 5:17:21 PM PDT
Brian E. Erland says:
Excellent, concise review with some insightful, appropriate comparisons with similar, more well-known films. I almost wish I hadn't read this before writing my own review because I plan on mentioning some of the same aspects of the film that you have. Now I have to worry about sounding like I copied you. Anyway great review! I enjoyed the film as well!
Brian Erland ~ Rainbow Sphinx
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