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Aided by an ex-military officer, a young woman becomes an unwitting fugitive after discovering that her son’s catatonic state may be at the heart of a global conspiracy.
A connivance preface which may have had some potential in the event that it were not for the extremely poor screenplay and unconvincing course of the acting which together, very often shocks the watcher into pondering “What the? Is this extremely a business generation or an understudy film venture”?
All through the film one can’t resist the urge to see that every one of the on-screen characters look as though they have quite recently had a facial and make over for each scene regardless of what they have recently experienced in the story. But the for the ‘mother’, there seems, by all accounts, to be no coarseness or world exhaustion to any of the characters who possess this suggested, not so distant future, somewhat tragic, white world in which they live. Indeed, even the few character performing artists, of whom, two, mysteriously ‘know things’ are given a role as worn-out generalizations.
Shockingly, the backstory of the plot about the ‘ages long battle between the Illuminati and the resurrectionists’, which could have given a spine, structure and reason to the narrating, if strangely told toward the start, as standard for this classification, was mysteriously consigned to a joke close to the finish of the film. By and large, with the heard however not seen slaughter toward the end, and ‘precipice hanger???’ for “Section 2” also the good natured but rather obvious show of the mood melodies; for me, the film essentially failed. A misuse of skillful photography and specialized creation.