Blue Call

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1 h 21 min202118+
AN lEMT suffering from PTSD Spends her days making split second decisions with lives that hang in the balance. One night on a routine call, she is faced with a moral decision, taking matters into her own hands and mercy kills a young woman. Now, falling deeper and deeper into a rabbit hole, she gets caught up in a world of underground drugs and a sadistic killer who's made her his next victim.
Directors
Brian Farmer
Starring
Katie LeclercJonathan BennettJack McGee
Genres
SuspenseHorror
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English [CC]
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English
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Supporting actors
Andrea SixtosWilliam BelliShelby Wulfurt
Producers
Jared SafierStephen WuOren KamaraAshley BrinkmanScot DyerBrian Tyler CohenGavin Anderson
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SP Distribution
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The Movie GuyReviewed in the United States on August 4, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
I should of had your back
Haylee (Katie Leclerc) is a paramedic who has issues after a losing a person. She is back at work after a short hiatus. She gets involved helping a user and later she is coaxed by a drag queen disowned by her family with stage 4 cancer to help her in an assisted suicide. Word gets out on the street and Haylee is called on to use nembutal in more cases. She gets involved too heavily with the drug world.

The film seemed disjointed as if put together by loosely connected scenes. I didn't develop empathy for Haylee who knew better.

Guide: F-word. Brief nudity (Alice Tate)
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