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Maze of Fate / Point 25

USA 2023
produced by
Attila Korosi, Ishaan Bahri, Jerrod Landress (executive), Anita Korosi (executive) for Move Mountains Pictures
directed by Attila Korosi
starring Attila Korosi, Ishaan Bahri, Michael Flores, Anita Korosi, Cesar Garcia, Corina Calderon, Robert LaSardo, Richard Cabral, Lazar Kis, Daniel Hovey, Angel Hovey, Adriana Guerrero, Precious Hovey, Lee Coc, Joey Abril, Danny Montes, Steven Bray, Gustavo Chavez, Christian Alberto, Eric Arizmendi, Denise Lopez, Ernie Castelo, Moises Flores, Jennie Aguilar, Damian Hernandez, K.C. Calloway, Humphrey Oloo, Ricardo Zepeda, David Hill, Nick Orefice, Robert Tunnell, David Campbell, Jenna Urban, Michelle Manier, Mackenzie Augustin, Maggie Lefebvre (narration)
written by Attila Korosi, music by Cece Wen, animation by Mio Yamanaka

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Attila (Attila Korosi) is an ER doctor at a local hospital, and so when one night young Daniel (Daniel Hovey) is brought in after being run over by a car, his main objective is to save his life, which he succeeds in. Attila doesn't know that Daniel is actually the son of crime kingpin Carlos (Michael Flores), and his "accident" was actually a revenge crime that ultimately started a gang war. He also couldn't know that at the time Daniel was brought in, his sister Anita (Anita Korosi) called him, and him being unable to pick up the phone destroyed her chances to leave their native Mexico to come live in the US. So basically, Daniel not being run over would have made everything better, right? Only it wouldn't have, as while Anita could have come over, she soon would have gotten into legal trouble that would eventually find Attila half a million Dollar short to get her out of jail. To get to that kind of money, and quick, too, Attila and his best friend Ishaan accept a courier job by crime kingpin Tony (Robert LaSardo) to raid the place of none other than Carlos that would leave Daniel's brother Angel (Angel Hovey) killed and start an even more massive gangwar - but then again, there's always another turn one could have taken ...


Quite an unusual piece of crime cinema, as on one hand it plays like your usual thriller, with all the excitement and violence in all the right places, action and suspense aplenty, and a well set-up fish-out-of-water premise. But then again, the film's framed with an animated fable that shines a very special light on the proceedings, and repeatedly rewinds what has just happened on screen to really change the direction of the story - and weirdly enough this works really well, thanks to a clever screenplay as well as a genre savvy directorial effort, making this a highly watchable piece of crime cinema.


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In times of uncertainty of a possible zombie outbreak, a woman has to decide between two men - only one of them's one of the undead.


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Luana Ribeira, Rudy Barrow and Rami Hilmi
special appearances by
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directed by
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