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Jije (2022). Jije: Directed by Dusty Brown. With Gracie Silva, William E. Harris, John L. Armijo, Kyle DiMaggio. Life is unexceptional for Paul in his small, marshland town of Delisle, Mississippi. The frequent night terrors were about the height of excitement for him. However, his life will change forever after witnessing an unspeakable, gruesome tragedy. The event sparks to life something hidden inside Paul. The line between reality and dream become blurred as his night terrors begin intertwining with everything around him. As the horrors once confined to his dreams begin to dance into his waking life; Paul struggles to cling to the delicate fabric of his sanity. With the world around him quickly unraveling; Paul must come to terms with this new reality or face losing everything he loves.

“And I donu0026#39;t mean this review title as if it were being reviewed by a Mancunian.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBecause that would mean this is an excellent horror.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAlas, the sound quality is all over the place.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYou ca hear the click of pool balls hitting each other clear as a bell, but the actors sound like theyu0026#39;re mumbling.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWe watched it for about 20 minutes with one of us constantly getting up u0026amp; adjusting the volume, because it would suddenly be so loud your ears are ringing, then so quiet we were unaware that the character was even talking.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAnd this is a shame, because the acting seemed good u0026amp; the story read as being interesting.”


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