“This astonishingly effective environmental nightmare is based on reasoning that, if you've been following the science, seems all too possible.”~NPR
Aroview: A found footage eco-horror film directed by Hollywood veteran Barry Levinson who creates an edgy yet entirely believeable series chaotic events that unfold when a waterborne deadly plague infects a seaside resort town in Maryland during 4th of July festivities.
In an effective framing device, Kether Donohue plays a greenhorn reporter who reports the story after the fact from assembled footage previously confiscated by the U.S. government.
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2 stars (Good Try) The basis of a found footage film is that the viewer is an idiot & s/he believes that the said footage has in fact been found. There are hundreds of these things in circulation (IMDb has a top 100 list) but the viewer has wisened up to the con. long ago.~tubbs