This is a very pedestrian production of what could have been an interesting story. The way it is presented might have worked for a "Twilight Zone" style TV show but just drags and drags as a feature film. Even so it does keep you watching to the end to find out exactly what is going on. Incidentally, the DVD version I watched was obviously copied direct from a video source using cheap software. Picture quality was VHS standard and the soundtrack kept slipping out of sync. On the other hand it only cost the equivalent of $1.50 so I wasn't expecting much. There are some nice locations - the producers clearly took full advantage of tax breaks and subsidies - it's difficult to see how they would have raised the money otherwise. Not as terrible a film as some reviewers would have you believe but I'm sure their are better ones that haven't made it to DVD yet (even at bargain basement prices).