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One Shot2009

  • 2.5
Its single hand-held shot lends both immediacy of viewpoint and a floating unreality to a young woman's visit to a Seattle convenience store, seemingly fraught with menacing purpose. - Dennis Harvey

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I don't get it. The single hand-held shoots generally leave the bystander with a in depth point of view. But in this case the camera work in so bad, the viewer feels pushed away and unable to interpret the story. Horrible!

I'm not sure what I just saw, but I liked it.