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Rayburn has responsibilities to his family: a young wife, a son…and the organized crime family for which he works. Rayburn, who is devoted to both families, is hesitant to go on his first contract kill with his ruthless coach, James. The men’s identities are jeopardized after a messy hit is photographed by a motion detection hunter’s camera. Isolated in an unforgiving wilderness, the men’s identities are jeopardized after the messy hit is photographed by a motion detection hunter’s camera. Rayburn, who is vulnerable, waits near the camera with one goal in mind: to destroy the owner and gather the incriminating evidence. But things take an unexpected turn when Rayburn discovers the camera’s owner is a different kind of murderer.
This was one of my favorite short films from the Atlanta Film Festival this year (2009). It was well-shot, but then again, this was an FSU film student, so that’s to be expected from what is widely regarded as the best film school on the east coast. The film was well-paced, the acting was convincing, and the plot itself was excellent. I’m not going to give away the excellent twist in this short for fear of spoiling it for you, so just know that things aren’t always as they seem. By showing rather than telling us the twist, the director stays true to the art of filmmaking. (Although one character finally says out loud what’s going on for someone who is still confused, it doesn’t feel spoon-fed.) The writer/director did an excellent job of luring us into his story and then shocking us with a revelation we didn’t expect. I’m excited to see what he comes up with next.
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Howell and Will arrive at Mabel’s hospital bedside, with Howell questioning Will’s motivation. Will receives a map from Mabel showing the location of the post office where the stolen money was stashed and the location of an underground bunker where he could make the trade for his son when Howell is distracted by a radio call from an officer. The key is used to open the mailbox, which contains the stolen money. Will manages to elude Howell for a short time before being apprehended after retrieving the money. Howell, who seems sympathetic to Will’s plight, offers Will transportation to the bunker in order to capture Levi. Will reunites with Danny after giving the money to Levi. Richie kidnaps Laura from the family cabin and takes her to Howell’s place for their own leverage at the same time as this reunion.
Adele is killed by Howell while trying to escape. Levi fights Howell and Richie with little to lose, only to be wounded. Will takes Danny to a hunter’s watchtower, where Danny quickly knocks out a pursuing Richie by pushing him off a high ladder (due to following good anti-bullying advice Levi imparted to him previously while bonding over computer games). Laura is held at gunpoint by Howell, who threatens to shoot her if Will does not hand over the money. Danny, desperate to rescue his parents, takes a gun from Richie’s unconscious body and tries to shoot Howell, but Will intervenes. Howell exposes himself as the person who murdered Will’s father years ago in an effort to torment him. Levi diverts Howell’s attention, while Laura ducks, allowing Will to shoot Howell in the head.
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Some of the World’s Most Dangerous Terrorists are confronted by an Elite Task Force Team. A wave of kidnappings has swept through Mexico, instilling fear among the country’s wealthier people, especially parents. There were twenty-four kidnappings in a six-day span, prompting many parents to hire bodyguards for their children. John Mccarthy, a burned-out top ex-fbi agent who was betrayed by his organization and served as an operative/assassin and has given up on life after his wife was murdered, enters this world. Murder is compelled to lead the team once more.
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Vietnam War veterans talk about their memories. The horrors of battle, as well as the triumphs. Michael Herr, the scenario writer for Full Metal Jacket, is the documentary’s central character. The veterans explain how it felt the first time they killed someone, and how those emotions still haunt them.
The typical war documentary focuses solely on the tragedy and sadness of war, omitting anything that could alter the simplistic analysis.
On the contrary, this documentary not only depicts the horrors and disgusts of war, but it also stands out as one of the few documentaries I’ve ever seen that attempts to describe what I refer to as “the libido of war” (which I did not know existed in war). This is accomplished in a stunning manner by depicting Vietnam War soldiers sharing the tales of their “internal agendas” in the jungle. This film is a must-see for those interested in the strange while still being open to new viewpoints on everything. I can understand why the film received such a low rating; the film should have been made at a faster rate, yes; there could have been more interviews, yes; and there should have been more details, yes. However, the film is ‘fresh’ in a very specific way, and it deserves at least a 7 out of 10 just for that.