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The Plot. A murder victim is brought back to life by a scientific experiment.
However, the effects only last for six hours, and he must find his killer in that time.
First of all, this is NOT a horror movie as one reviewer said. It's a murder mystery with some sci fi thrown in.
If anything, it's a pre-cursor to Film Noir of the 50's. It's also a bit of a propaganda film in favor of globalism which we know is evil.
It's also ant-religion.
So is it a good movie? Not really. It's rather slow and stilted. The acting is only B level. And the premise is kind of Frankensteiny.
Only dumb. Example: The guy i dead and the DR is about to bring him back to life. His friend says, "If anything happens to him, I will hold you responsible." The dude is DEAD. What else bad could happen to him?
It's really a dumb and generally boring movie.
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