After the screening of De Eetclub I got into this skeptical yet hopeful. And compared to Eetclub (lacks all story line) it did start of moderately okay. The story moves fairly fast and it has some interesting plots. Thanks to Blok it had some weight and mystery. But even Blok can not prevent from this thriller busting of the tracks half way through the story and becoming a runaway train storming downhill through B, C and D movie to end station oblivia.
To blame is mostly the characters that seem to move as limbless puppets to accommodate the storyline. What ever is thrown at them they just seem to absorb it with very little interest. Child missing? Affairs? Extortion? With a shrug and a sigh they move on to the next scene making this a very one dimensional pragmatic movie on automatic pilot almost. Better luck next time...or maybe not for me.
Tessa opens her luxurious clinic with a big party. She is smart, beautiful, savvy, and happily married with an intelligent adolescent son. But appearances are deceptive. In reality, her marriage is falling apart, her house renovation is a disaster and the finances of her clinic are a mess. Desperate, she accepts the helping hand of a friend from the past who has turned up suddenly, but in doing so, opens herself up to an ordeal of terror and blackmail.
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