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Religious conspiracy collides with urban crime on a day filled with danger, mystery and possible transformation. (c) Official Site
The picture... can't be said to break any new ground in the gritty, mean-streets genre. But it has a better-than-average cast and a few clever plot twists, and it ends up being an occasionally amusing time-killer.
I had never heard of screenwriter/director Leone Marucci before. But you can bet I will remember his name after seeing 'The Power of Few.'
The film's tightly scripted hours in New Orleans wield their way to a destination that's worth the time spent getting there.
A ham-fisted, timeline-altering variety pack of crime set in New Orleans.
A jumbled, offbeat mash-up of conspiracy-tinged action and armchair philosophizing that is hamstrung by a strange combination of slapdash plotting and its own self-importance.
The Power of Few still feels very "independent" and, more importantly, original. Even if its cast is filled with well-known actors, the film embraces risky, unconventional storytelling.
It's got a nice message and a strong cast, but both end up getting lost in the muddled storytelling.
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