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by 2 Fat Dads and their dogs


What fabulous acting. The lighting in the interrogation room looked stunning. I enjoyed this film.

This was a technically sound film, well-lit, well-shot, well-acted. The opening was good at capturing attention and drawing you into the story.

The performances were great, and it was a enjoyable watch being so technically clean. I found the story a little bit confusing--it can be hard to do symbolic elements in 48Hours as you don't get as much time to make sure the implicit things comes across clearly. I wasn't sure how when he hesitated and didn't save his colleague, that it opened the portal in his mind for 'her' that his bad choice was the ticket to his redemption? But perhaps I misunderstood that part.

Solid technical effort and performances, and overall an enjoyable watch!

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