In a city where foreigners come to re-invent themselves, Allie learns, too late, that nothing is what it seems 2.0 director's commentary2.0 Commentary with Director Joel Soisson I'm a bit confused on what this movie is exactly?
You don't really get much from the synopsis, but that's ok.*******Spoilers maybe*******Tammin Sursok plays Allie Westbrook, a woman who's sister disappeared while living in Bangkok. Not only does she go to the scene of the crime, she moves in to the very apartment her sister was murdered and BEHEADED in! She quickly becomes friends with a super seductive woman, Marit (Sarah Bonrepaux).
He needs an additional three thousand dollars in order to enter a Winner Take All poker game that begins in a few days.
He tries to win some, tries to collect a few debts, and recover a little loot for the reward.
While Soisson’s Bangkok based narrative certainly gets the locale right for a nexus of potential seedy strangeness, where sex tourism without any rational limits runs virulently unsanctioned, there’s nothing else remotely inspired about any of the inane antics in a thriller that already seems behind the times in its tech lingo as concerns digitalized sex for sale.