MOLE MAN follows RON, a 66-year-old autistic man who has spent the last five decades building a 50-room structure in his parents' backyard. Using no nails or mortar, Ron instead creates ... See full summary »
An imprisoned female lawyer, a ruthless Glaswegian gangster, his imprisoned wife and a secret society. Escape, capture, kidnap,interrogation and deception. A prize and its cost. Put them all together and you have, The Dossier.
These actors in this movie, male and female, all are highly talented. None of them felt like "Acting" but just felt "Real". And the Dialog? Very very natural and fluently smooth, that's maybe one the main reasons why all the actors in this movie could act so naturally, because the dialog is so natural and so logic, it made all the actors act so naturally and "IN" it. The only bad cast in this movie was that ZNet guy, he acted poorly and didn't look like an important senior executive but a complete jerk. The way he walked was like he's walking with his pants halfway down. He's the only weak role in this almost perfect movie.
I don't know why this movie seemed to be overlooked by many, yet still got a very high 8.2 point score. I strongly recommend that you guys give it a try, you won't be disappointed and would have a fantastic view time.
Anyway, taking a black plastic tape to block the camera on your laptop, or remove the after-market camera from the top of your monitor, or just unplug it if you don't want to use it to have a face time with somebody. Another good reason to add one more Star like I did here.
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