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Limbo (2005) Review


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Limbo is an appropriate title for filmmaker Thomas Ikimi's first feature -- his stark tale of an attorney caught in various states of constancy plays like Groundhog Day with a fifth of whiskey. For one man, time repeats itself in a torturous cycle that teeters him between complete freedom of conscience and sheer insanity.

Considering Akimi's lack of experience, it's an admirably ambitious undertaking that yields mixed results. Made for roughly $9,000 on black-and-white digital video, Limbo has many of the hiccups seen in low-budget projects and a wealth of promise displayed in Ikimi's narrative skills.

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Limbo (2005) Review


Good
Limbo is an appropriate title for filmmaker Thomas Ikimi's first feature -- his stark tale of an attorney caught in various states of constancy plays like Groundhog Day with a fifth of whiskey. For one man, time repeats itself in a torturous cycle that teeters him between complete freedom of conscience and sheer insanity.

Considering Akimi's lack of experience, it's an admirably ambitious undertaking that yields mixed results. Made for roughly $9,000 on black-and-white digital video, Limbo has many of the hiccups seen in low-budget projects and a wealth of promise displayed in Ikimi's narrative skills.

Continue reading: Limbo (2005) Review

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