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A voyage from New Zealand to Fiji aboard a large sailboat seems to be a perfect holiday until a mysterious mist appears on the second day and a distress call is picked up on the radio. Going to the aid of the ship in trouble the yacht comes across a drifting fishing boat, and find one lone survivor. When this man is taken aboard the yacht strange events begin to happen and people start acting as if they were not themselves.Written by
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Having watched heaps of horror films, I suppose I have become a little nonchalant about most. However, this one has inspired me to write a review.
I truly enjoyed this movie. The acting was probably 8/10 as a whole, and there were a few surprises, with some truly superb direction, and production. I particularly enjoyed the slow motion direction of one particular scene.
I enjoyed the humour, and I have to say, I loved the soundtrack. All in all, a film with some difference. Thumbs up! Congrats to a New Zealand flick, the best IMHO, since "Once Were Warriors."
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