Filled with scantily-clad cage girls in horror and anime costumes drenched in sweat and blood, models fight to the death, landing the ruthless and merciless survivor a multi-million-dollar contract with an international modeling agency.
Strange spiritual obsessions begin to unearth age-old secrets in a small Northwest town, leading a pastor to suspect that all might not be as idyllic as he first imagined and personal threats await anyone who dares confront them.
The Brothers Freeman
Michael J. Prosser,
Sara Gold is a rising star at the United Animal Protection Agency (UAPA), a major animal rights organization that conducts animal rescues and lobbies for better animal welfare laws. ... See full summary »
The movie marks the feature debut of Martin Rosete since his works were only short films. See more »
At the 42:55 minute mark of the film: Sean's previously severed left index finger, which was wrapped in a bloody bandage, appears to be intact while grasping Mark's shoulder during the discussion at the base of the stairs. See more »
There is not an extra word or an extra shot in Money. Everything is brilliantly calculated to take the audience on a smooth ride. There are no explosions or fireworks in here. It's all about humans making choices and making mistakes based on their darkest ambitions. I enjoyed very much the performances and how the script can flip the circumstances upside down in just a second. There is some kind of seductive coldness in this film. It didn't make me care particularly for any of the characters. Instead I was fascinated watching their actions and decisions. The film kept me intrigued until the very end. The premise is simple yet the unfolding is quite elegant and believable. I recommend this film to anyone that likes smart thrillers that rely on human psychology.
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