Review for 360 R Drama 1:51
by John Thielking
360 is a psychological thriller that wanders around between various
scenes involving girlfriends and boyfriends breaking up and
prostitutes getting started in their careers. It's not clear
what the point of the movie really is. A bit of suspense happens
here and there. In one scene we are left on the edges of our
seats wondering if a recently released sex offender is going to rape
a young woman who invites him to her hotel room. Is this
stereotypical "blame the victim" time? There is one big star
(Anthony Hopkins) thrown in for good measure as a recovering
alcoholic. Three stars.
This movie ranks as little or no violence since there are only 3
violent scenes. There is a story about a dead daughter, a man
gets shot off screen and there is a dead body on the floor.
There is some smoking in this movie.
There were no previews when this movie was shown at the Camera 3 in
San Jose, CA, USA.
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