You people are monsters. 60% of this movie is the lead actress traveling on a plane, then in a car, then in a boat, then in a car, then walking a whole lot, then going in a row boat, then again in a rowboat. Another 20% of the movie is the camera man just filming whatever *beep* he sees. Some trees, random people walking, a rock, a car. Then there's a whole lot of talking that doesn't lead to much. In the end the "SuperBeasts" are just really angry ugly people who are a little stronger than average. They should show this movie in prison. No... in Guantanamo. This is the kind of movie that makes me glad abortion is legal, because every time a woman kills her infant, that's one less person who at some time in his or her life may accidentally stumble upon this film and be tormented by it's ungodly *beep* Watching this movie should be a form of therapy for rape victims. The experience will make their traumatic memories of the rape seem less horrific. As soon as I was done watching this crap I ran to the nearest church and begged the priest to baptize me so that I would have the protections afforded to a follower of God and would never have to fear going to hell one day, because in that awful place, they surely force you to watch this movie.