I watched the entire movie, which is saying a lot when it comes to indie movies. I won't tell anything about the plot because you get the gist of it from the trailer.
For a bunch of unknown actors, this is actually pretty well done. Not a lot of over-acting that frequently comes from indie movies. Cinematography is on point. Edited well and nothing in continuity was off (or it wasn't obvious if it was "off"). The dialogue and lack of dialogue is rather believable. Some of the CGI stuff is obviously low-budget, but it's also better than what I see in a lot of low-budget movies. The fact the actor who plays the lead male "Dr. Eli" Michael A. Tushaus is ALSO the composer is quite impressive.
This is worth watching! I actually had to watch the last two minutes of the story twice because the twist had me saying: "Wait. What? Oh DAMN!" I look forward too seeing more stories from Kelly Schwarze.
Nevermind the 2-star rating from "Niaz Islam Arif from Bangladesh" because he gives 2 or 3 stars on nearly every review he does. I'm assuming he is a bitter actor or filmmaker who can't get work ... or he's simply bitter.
Review by HeatherMehudar from the Internet Movie Database.