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It seemed obvious to the viewer that Dusty was not the killer but as the visuals unfolded that became a question again in everyone's mind.
Adding to the movement visually and in the story line you have the development of the characters.
They hypnotist was one of the steady rocks throughout the film, everyone else seemed to add to the layered plot of whom killed whom.
It is a story that sends you in many directions guessing until the end. I love a good thriller, and this film was quite adequate in keeping this seasoned viewer guessing.
Bonus points for the very Hitchcockian cameo from the talented director, Casper Andreas! It's use of color and composition was extremely beautiful. Edited in such a way that you stayed on your toes as you watched the film towards the end.
The opening credits montage, for example was reminiscent of mysteries that had a more comedic bent but this was effective and exciting as it played out.
As the film progressed it moved from one crazy night to its crazy days of confusion and character play.