Meeting a man on the Internet, Julia decides to see him in person, only to get abducted and branded with the letter "x" by that guy. A game of cat and mouse follows, but the story has an unexpected twist.
Tom returns to his hometown on the tenth anniversary of the Valentine's night massacre that claimed the lives of 22 people. Instead of a homecoming, Tom finds himself suspected of committing the murders, and it seems like his old flame is the only one that believes he's innocent.
Julia is a young woman dating a stranger that she met on the Internet in a bar. Out of the blue, she decides to leave the man and goes to the parking lot, but the stranger abducts her, and brands her thigh with the letter "X". He then starts a nightmare journey for Julia. What will happen to the man?Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Contains a very brief mid-post-credits clip. See more »
After Julia gives 'The Stranger' the key and he frees himself (0:37:50) when he walks into the next room and she attacks him with the hammer stabbing him in the back the Blood pump line is clearly visible though his tank top. See more »
The film has had mixed reviews, but lets start with the positives.
The 3D is superb. It is, undoubtedly, one of the best uses of 3D tech I have ever seen: the feathers, dust, everything combines to give an amazing depth of field that is just breath-taking.
The premise and the twist is brilliant. Totally did not see that coming. The idea was brilliant.
Alas, the execution was less so. The scenes are ridiculously violent, the characters are skin deep and much of the decisions by the characters are non-nonsensical. Basically, it feels like they filmed a first draft.
Which is a shame, because there are elements of this film that suggested it could be a cult classic.
It's worth 90 minutes of your time to watch. Especially in 3D. It is not worth buying.
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