THE FACE IN THE WALL is a cheap and realistic indie feature with an on the street vibe. The story is about a bunch of amateur filmmakers so there's some self-referencing going in terms of plotting. The cameraman becomes convinced that there's a face on the wall of one of their locations, but nobody believes him. Is he going out of his mind or does the face really exist? It doesn't really matter overall, because nothing much is made of this mildly supernatural situation. The plot seems slim and unimportant, and if I'm honest I've seen more frightening episodes of THE TELETUBBIES.
Review by Leofwine_draca from the Internet Movie Database.