I turned this movie off because it became clear in the first few minutes that it was a very low budget movie shot in a hurry with actors who reminded me of ones from not particularly awesome plays. Then for some reason I went back to it.
And soon it got interesting. And then I got thuroughly sucked in. And then I was really sad that the storytelling was over. I think it's been a very long time since I was sad that a science fiction movie was over. Maybe 1980?
This movie is set all in one room in a cabin, and has no higher technology in it than a cell phone, and yet it's amoung the top two purest peices of science fiction I've seen performed. And the lack of special effects, especially CGI, was a very nice change.
There's a good chance you'll not enjoy this movie, but I hope you get a chance to see it and find out. You won't find it in theaters, there's a DVD and it's on Netflix, or you can download it and paypal the director and cast a few bucks.
 In about a week as it turns out.
 Which is probably true of some of them. I only recognised one.
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