An obnoxious, bloody, exploitative attempt at social relevancy which sees a group of rich folk traveling to a getaway in northern Michigan. Here all the sick decadence of the group surfaces in the space of a weekend. Orgies, killings, and other gross happenings are paraded before the
camera in what appears to be an extremely ignorant, modern American updating of Jean Renoir's THE RULES OF THE GAME. For a brilliant, subtle, perceptive, and genuinely socially relevant masterpiece, stick to Renoir.