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  • Photographed very poorly with digital cameras, the film has grainy colours, awful lighting and the slow motion used in it just looks ugly. The plot is surprisingly intriguing in spite of a bland script, and the middle section of the film where Deborah Flora and Kelsey attempt to flesh out their characters is reasonably strong. Still, the acting is not much good in general, and the two hostage story lines do not gel all that well together. There is not quite enough in the production to make it worth watching, but if one is to watch it anyway, there is enough in the middle section of the film to prevent it from being a complete waste.