The Passage
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First-time feature filmmaker Mark Heller follows a fun-loving American and his jocular British pal on a trip to Morocco that soon gives way to paranoia, fear, and the frightening effects of the globalized economy. Adventuresome backpackers Luke (Stephen Dorff) and Adam (Neil Jackson) are living it up in Morocco, their days filled with good food and their nights punctuated by endless parties. The trip seems to be the perfect means for Luke to move past the recent death of his girlfriend, and before long he even connects with a beautiful local named Zahara (Sarai Givaty). Despite their… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The undernourished story penned by thesp-turned-scenarist Jackson isn't scary, eventful or enigmatic enough to seem worth the bother."
‑ Dennis Harvey, Variety
"The movie's split-personality frustrates, especially since cast and crew do their jobs perfectly well"
‑ John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter
"All of its positive components are used in the service of a very basic genre premise that's been done and re-done to death by now."
‑ Scott Weinberg, Cinematical
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