Fifteen year old Deborah wants to escape her dull suburb and enjoy the luring city of Antwerp. Her new eighteen year old friend Jennifer leads her into the sparkling downtown nightlife. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fifteen year old Deborah meets Jennifer who steers her into a career as an escort. Under the alias Bo she begins a new life that she cannot handle and starts a downward spiral that only she can end.
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Audrey C (br) wrote: Opulence is enjoyable but not necessarily fulfilling. I enjoyed the scenes of 5 star luxury, but the film did not show what happens to the hotels after the reviews are disclosed to the hotel managers. Lead character does not fully achieve an enriched life after a wake up call. Yet, the lead does make progress with intimacy.
Michael J (jp) wrote: Compound Fracture Screening ReviewDirected by: Anthony J. Rickert-EpsteinCast: Tyler Mane, Muse Watson, Derek Mears, Leslie Easterbrook, Renae Geerlings, Alex Saxon, Todd FarmerRelease Date: 70 city tour going on now!Rating:"Michael Wolffsen (Tyler Mane) receives an urgent phone call and takes his nephew and fiancee and makes the journey home to his only other living relative: his estranged, eccentric (and extremely paranoid) father, Gary (Muse Watson), who is obsessed with building an unassailable compound.Once they arrive at Gary's modest home, surrounded by acres and acres of grounds full of cameras and other security sensors, Michael is surprised and concerned to learn that his father is in the early stages of dementia. The house is now also covered in supernatural and occult symbols and wards. Gary's new wife, Annabelle, has had enough and she informs Michael that she is leaving and Michael needs to resume care of his father.Over the course of the first 24 hours, through a string of odd occurrences, some of them almost unexplainable, Michael begins to believe that Gary is a danger to both himself and others. Michael begins to make plans to take him to the nearest town to place him in a facility equipped to deal with his progressive dementia. Annabelle prepares to leave.That is when the vengeful spirit of William makes himself known, and the killing begins. Gary, through his arcane fumbling has cursed them all in this life and the next, and now they must find a way to escape the house, defeat a spirit bent on revenge, and break the curse that will trap their spirits in the house forever.Welcome to the compound, COMPOUND FRACTURE. Will the stronghold that was designed to save them be their everlasting tomb?"Expectations for a film can be very deceiving. Films cast lots of big name stars, gooey special fx, spectacular sets and interesting plot twists. Many times, these films fall short for any number of reasons, many of which could be direction, bad acting or luck, but I am here to tell you that Compound Fracture is not one of those films. Not only did they hit the marks on all of the above attributes, they far exceeded them in every facet. Mane Entertainment not only shot a ghost story that delivers on the chills, but also delivers on all of the small details that can only lead to a film that will lead the way for not only Indie horror, but Hollywood released fare as well. All of the technical aspects of filmmaking are on display, from camera work, lighting, soundtrack and atmosphere. But the true shining light in this film is the acting...Tyler Mane is man of epic proportions. Easy to say going in for an interview. Sure, he was Wolverine's brother and nemesis in X-Men, and let us not forget the epic force on nature he became as Michael Myers from Rob Zombies' Halloween I and II. He is a true physical specimen in person, and he finds ways to exploit that with various looks and his body language, leaving the thought in the back of your mind that if you piss this guy off, he would be more than willing to show you what made him the ideal Michael Myers. What you never would have thought of was his range as an actor. After all, his last couple of roles had little to no speaking...Compound Fracture will surely change your mind about Tyler's acting ability. Sharing the role of writer with his wife and co-star Renae Geerlings, the two of them have managed to infuse his role of Michael (coincidence? Maybe...) with a range of emotions and dialogue you would not have believed possible from the man who has played the grunting and monosyllabic Sabertooth or the stoically silent Michael Myers. His interactions with Renae in the film come across as a genuine couple dealing with their issues, and his handling of his father (Muse Watson) and their troubled past. The most dynamic and interesting point in the film is the interaction between Tyler and Derek Mears (as the ghost of his dead brother). Not often do you get to see two horror titans outside of the roles that made them legends face off, but it also made you long to see it on the big screen. Watching Tyler and Derek go toe to toe was amazing, and seeing Tyler being the one thrown around is something that was breathtaking and awe inspiring.Renae and Tyler deserve a great amount of credit for not only giving us a horror film that builds tension and suspense properly, but also gives a depth of character development that makes us care about the characters and their dilemma. The dialog is smart and sharp without coming across as snarky or smug, and the locations in the film help lead to the sense of isolation, despair and madness. Renae mentions the amount of research she did for the various runes and symbols that are on display in the film, and she was spot on. The amount of research and work put into even the smallest details help to push the story along and lends to the credibility and atmosphere of the film. Having other iconic horror legends like Derek Mears, Muse Watson, Leslie Easterbrook and Todd Farmer in the film raised the profile even higher, with everyone in the cast giving top notch performances. No cheese and playing straight forward, if you are looking for a ghost story that is not overdone and you like intelligent, well thought out plots, this is the film for you. I highly recommend it!
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Gum Chewing G (nl) wrote: Let's just say this deserves 0/5 stars cuz it's a syfy movie
Nena A (gb) wrote: I love love stories:))
Alejandro C (kr) wrote: Nada, que no, que no merece la pena ver mas alla de la genial primera parte
Ashley C (nl) wrote: Absolutely painful, and a good example of why Canadian cinema deserves to fail. It opened TIFF '06, and yet people ran out of the screening.
Ryan C (es) wrote: Fantastic. Almost effortlessly does what every doc should strive to do.
Louise D (ru) wrote: A long, dry set-up that eventually becomes sweetly amusing in the second half. Also an interesting insight into immediate post-war Britain.
Tanner D (gb) wrote: The performances were weak behind a well-written script. Joseph-Gordon Levitt did a decent job if anything but Zooey Dechanel was a bad casting choice in my opinion. Whenever she acts I feel as if she takes the whole life and emotions out of the movie. Other then her this movie was alright. The music fit very well with the movie and scenery was also cool. 2 stars thanks to Zooey Dechanel