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Stretching the definition of "mystery", Full of Questions looks at the first feature film from director Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, The Fountain). In a complex plot involving a lot of shaky-cam and hip-hop montages, Max Cohen (Sean Gulette) works to discover a number and uncover the truth about why the people he encounters would kill to get it.
Seizure Warning: A note from the reviewer: I know about the audio problems and am still working on fixing them for future videos.
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