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A young woman joins an underground game of pain endurance, hoping to win the prize; US$1 million. She soon discovers the game's rigged, and the real opponent is the man- a sadistic ...
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A young woman joins an underground game of pain endurance, hoping to win the prize; US$1 million. She soon discovers the game's rigged, and the real opponent is the man- a sadistic psychopath, who's created the game. As things progress, she's forced to endure ever-increasing torturous pain, as her opponent engages ever-more horrific methods to manipulate and defeat her.
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Tense and Sick Game
A single mother (Abbi Butler) joins a sick game expecting to win an one-million-dollar prize. She stays alone in a room with a facilitator (James J. Fuertes) that explains the rules to her. In accordance with his information, there is a total of twenty players around the world. The game is composed by five initial rounds, where the players may quit, and will only proceed when three players leave the game. Then there is one last round that must be played until one player survives. The woman accepts the rules and the tense torture game begins. Along the rounds, the woman observes the sick behavior of the facilitator and questions the game. Who will win?
"The Odds" is an extremely low-budget film, with a tense and sick story of torture. Although the theatrical film with basically only one location, the movie is engaging and keeps the attention of the viewer. The performances are excellent, and the conclusion is predictable. But it is for very specific audiences. My vote is five.
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