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User review rating: 4 October 19, 2022

Disturbing film based on a troubling real-life incident. This will be too unsettling for many viewers. It's a real downer, but star Dreama Walker is hot and she flashes her groceries in this. Check it out if you've got the fortitude.

User review rating: 3 June 09, 2014

Good movie about how careless and idiotic people can be - and how fearful they are of the police that compels them to follow instructions.

User review rating: 4 March 17, 2013

How bloody stupid can some people be. Question everything, all the time, even authority! That this actually happend is incredible.

User review rating: 1 January 14, 2013

Waste of 1 1/2 hours. It's very unfortunate that there are people dumb enough to fall for this kind of prank. You literally have to be completely brain dead and or mentally undeveloped to entertain this sick joke. Very disturbing to watch as a movie. Should have been a documentary to raise awareness.

User review rating: 3 January 11, 2013

This movie makes American's seem so gullible and naive. So disrespectful to citizens of the nation. Unless of course there are people out there that are that brainwashed, and actually believe they need to go to such extreme measures to obey "the law". Don't ever forget the ol' adage now..., "F*CK THA POLICE".

User review rating: 5 January 10, 2013

Unreal how people can comply to such disturbing requests. If the movie didn't scare you enough read on the real case behind it and see what happened to the guy on the phone.

User review rating: 5 September 25, 2012

A powerful film which invites the audience to think and talk about how fear of authority can motivate some to override their own moral beliefs.

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