In a world that doesn't understand autism, a bullied teenager with high-functioning autism is having a tough time fitting in. While
running an errand, a peculiar encounter changes the course of his life in more ways than one.
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is intense, scary, and puts people's lives in a horrible situation that could happen. The acting is excellent. The story is simple but at
the same time things become complex. with a need to survive. The plot is well thought out as all the action and events come
together. I really like the way all the characters changed when it came time to survive. They did a very good job at not making
these people stereo type. Every character has something going on and changes from the way they behave at the beginning
and then turn into doing what needs to survive. I liked all the characters but that little BIOTCH who stopped the elevator. The
CEO of the company was a total jerk but the actor was really good. I really liked the actress and character Celine she was
really a standout, This movie ain't pretty especially towards the end. The last few scenes are hard to watch. Anyone who watches this
movie will keep calling that little demon girl child a BIOTCH. The ending is intense and makes you wish for a different one. After
watching the movie and the events that happen i guess we should know it will not be what we expect
I am not saying this film was intended to be a deep philosophical venture, but to me it's certainly worth 4 stars and the money spent as I enjoyed the symbolic aspects of it. I'm a bit confused by others reviewing this as 'badly acted' I do not find that true at all. It was strongly acted with an excellent ensemble.
There are 'messages' throughout the movie about corporate greed and corporate victims, anger at society, unfaithfulness, racism, suicide and other social problems. This represents a cross-section of society playing out their dramas, brought to equality through fear for their mortality - where they must help each other if they like it or not. The surprise for me was a final burst of heroism and selflessness that added depth to the whole meaning of the movie.