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Charles

I liked this movie. It had a gritty feeling. The acting was good. It was a good flick.

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Daniel

a small, low budget film that delivers.

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Alfred

Lost interest; who gives a fuck if all of these storm troopers kill each other?

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Robert

good!

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Nicki

This was a well crafted story line and film. I was very drawn into it, great acting. The ending wasn't entirely straight-forward to me. But, that's ok...probably not meant to be....

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kate

heavy and different. learned something from it. not a formula

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Theresa

My first movie using Kanopy. Very good film, relevant storyline. Great acting. Excited to watch more like this.

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Kathleen

Another good movie presented by Kanopy. I especially liked Gabriel Luna.

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