Being a fan of independent films, this title caught my at the local rental shop, and after reading the enticing description on the back of the box i decided to give it a try. Needless to say I walked away from this one very disapointed. The first thing i noticed about this film was the poor quality of sound. I found myself needing to turn the volume up to above 65% just to make out what they were saying, and worse yet there were no subtitle options. The second disapointment in this film was how confusing it was to understand what is going on. Ann Lu explains that she did this on purpose to 'challenge' the viewer. If i wanted this kind of challenge i would have just done a master sudoku puzzle instead of wasting my time with this terrible movie. Dont get me wrong, even though its not what i prefer, i can appreciate an enigmatic film as long as that film still has something to offer to keep me interested and entertained. This film actualy has no nudity at all in it, which i found kind of cheap considering there is a naked lady on the cover of the DVD jacket.
I guess i dont understand how movies like this make it all the way to a Hollywood Video. Seriously, give me a camera and some actors and i could guarentee you a better movie than this. Halfway through the movie the screen goes blank and colorful bars pop onto the screen along with an anoying high pitched tone -- I'm not kidding -- similar to a emergancy weather broadcast on TV. I like to think if i spend my money to watch a dvd, that it was at least watched once by the people who made it in order to take out mistakes like this. The one redeaming quality of this film is camera work of Neal Fredericks. That being said, dont watch this film, neither erotic, or a thriller, quite frankly it sucks.