Present-day Chad. Adam, sixty something, a former swimming champion, is pool attendant at a smart N'Djamena hotel. When the hotel gets taken over by new Chinese owners, he is forced to give up his job to his son Abdel. Terribly resentful, he feels socially humiliated. The country is in the throes of a civil war. Rebel forces are attacking the government. The authorities demand that the population contribute to the "war effort", giving money or volunteers old enough to fight off the assailants. The District Chief constantly harasses Adam for his contribution. But Adam is penniless; he only has his son.
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Luc L (mx) wrote: The worst faux documentary of the horror genre.
J K (de) wrote: Ugh, looks about as fun as a trip to the proctologist.
Al M (us) wrote: Less than impressive sequel to the classic first film. A ludicrous plot and too much similarity to the first film mark this sequel as ultimately unimpressive, but it is still a somewhat fun film. If nothing else, Vincent Price is still in it.
Dave R (mx) wrote: It was good then it was bad lol cheap movie always try to makr them good but does nto always turn out the way you want them to
Jeff W (mx) wrote: The generally uplifting message was muddled by a few weird things:- A subtle message that God loves football but not the Constitution- A message of racial inclusion but not religious inclusion