First-time filmmaker Spencer McCall's documentary about the ultimate role-playing game—a sort of real-life version of the torturous series of challenges Michael Douglas was forced to navigate in David Fincher's 1997 The Game—is simultaneously fascinating and frustrating, because of both the subject and the style, which is either brilliantly immersive or massively unfocused. One thing guaranteed: It's a conversation starter.
Distributor: ARGOT FILMS Running Time: 92 mins. Color: Color Production: A Pen & Banjo Films and Nonchalancer presentation.
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