The Death Of Alice Blue

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(out of 5)


Positively the absolute worst that money could buy (not that much of it was actually spent on this execrable mess). Alice Blue () works for an advertising agency that is run by vampires. After the death of a security guard, the place is investigated by a detective while Alice tries to win her superiors over with a new campaign for a brand of wine. When one of her friends is laid off, she and a group of people decide to break into the office in the middle of the night and…steal secrets? It’s hard to tell what’s actually going on since the film is 90 minutes of garbage dialogue, indecipherable situations and some of the worst production values ever put on film: you can see the actors’ makeup most of the time, and the dialogue is quite obviously all done in post-dubbing. The acting is also atrocious, while the bland storyline goes nowhere for two thirds before trying to create some semblance of action in its conclusion. Imagine a really bad, humourless student video project that just won’t die and you basically have an idea of the experience here.


Toothin Theatre

Canada2009

Directed by

Screenplay by Park Bench

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