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Notes on an Appearance is a movie starring Zia Anger, Michael M. Bilandic, and Bingham Bryant. A young man disappears amid talk of violence and demagoguery, leaving behind an obscure cache of letters, postcards, and notebooks.

Genres
Mystery, Drama, Thriller
Director
Ricky D'Ambrose
Starring
Michael M. Bilandic, Kathryn Danielle, Zia Anger, Bingham Bryant

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Product details

Genres Mystery, Drama, Thriller
Director Ricky D'Ambrose
Writer Ricky D'Ambrose
Stars Michael M. Bilandic, Kathryn Danielle, Zia Anger, Bingham Bryant
Country USA
Also Known As Notas sobre una aparición
Runtime 1 h
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A young man disappears amid talk of violence and demagoguery, leaving behind an obscure cache of letters, postcards, and notebooks.

Top reviews

Friday, 23 Oct 2020 20:43

A little known film, this is one of those films that, when you first watch it, you find yourself saying "that's really good, I'm glad I saw that, I was waiting for something like that." Well, this film was one of those films. The story is about a young boy (Chris Evans) and his friends, who are all with the same town, and all get into a great big fight. Chris goes to stay with his brother, who's in the army, and Chris has to go on a trip with the guys, who is going to the army. The trip includes a trip to the site of a horrible accident. There's a young girl, who runs into Chris's friend, who's also the guy who was in the accident, and then a police officer, who thinks that the boy is involved. The film goes on, and then, you're just waiting for the big reveal. Well, I was looking forward to the big reveal, but I was really disappointed with the big reveal. The big reveal was nothing special. It was like watching a movie that was released on VHS, but the extras were all new. The film itself was good, but it just didn't have the big reveal. I also think that the acting was really good, and the special effects were great. The special effects were very good, and I thought that the performances were great. The plot was not very original, but it was good. I think that this film is better than the next film in the series, which is the third film, "I Spit on Your Grave". This film is probably the weakest of the three films. This film is good, but it's not great, but it's still good. I give this film a B.
Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 06:10

I was interested in this film when I saw the trailer on Netflix and thought it sounded interesting. I am a bit surprised that I didn't find it that interesting, but I did find it somewhat entertaining. The idea of a psycho killer using a camera to film the crime is a novel idea, and there were some great ideas in the film. However, I think the film could have been better if the film makers had taken a more in depth look at the characters and their relationship to each other. For example, if you were to watch a documentary about a serial killer, you would be likely to come to the conclusion that the person was a sociopath or psychopath, but in this film you would be surprised that the main character was actually a nice person. The film was obviously made to appeal to a wide audience, so there was obviously going to be some overlap between the audience that liked the film and the audience that didn't like the film. I found it a bit of a stretch to think that the main character was really a sociopath. It would have been more interesting to see how the character would behave when he actually began to act on his sociopathic tendencies, rather than to see how the character would behave if he was a normal person. Another problem was that the film wasn't overly suspenseful, and there was no real plot twist. I found the film to be a little slow at times, but it was entertaining enough to keep me watching, and the film was entertaining enough to keep me entertained. I recommend this film to fans of mystery or thrillers, but I think it would be a good film for a general audience. It was entertaining, but it wasn't anything that I would call a masterpiece. It is worth a watch, but I don't think it is a movie that will be a long term favorite.


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