6 January 2008 | Maxwycisk
Made for a very specific audience.
I thought I may be a part of that audience, as I was born in that country (I have lived in the US since late '70). Sadly after 30 minutes it turned out that I definitely wasn't. The movie looks like it was made by about 3 people, and the only equipment they had was the camera and a mirror - not even a tripod (all hand-held camera). The money for equipment and crew must have been stolen, as it often happens in that reality. The characters were uninteresting, despicable, or both. The story went nowhere. There was absolutely nothing enticing about that movie in the first act. So why should I watch? You tell me. I ran away screaming from my TV and I am left to wonder how an industry that produces such turkeys begot cameramen who are sought after world wide and shoot the biggest Hollywood blockbusters. (Pirates Trilogy, Spielberg movies for the past 15 years, Blackhawk Down - the list is very long and glorious).