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After a rash of disappearances and a likely murder, an inquisitive, young female production assistant on a wildly popular television show called Cult joins a journalist blogger in investigating the rabid fans of the series who might be re-creating crimes seen on the program, in real life.
More and more people are complaining about the meaninglessness, emptiness, "inner emptiness" that leads them into a state of vacuum. The ethnology of vacuum comes from a lack in human impulses and instincts, saying that he needed to do, conventions, traditions, values, which provide him the choice that he needed to do. The representatives of all sorts of religious and near religious organizations actively trying to fill this vacuum. Therefore, the youth with their natural philosophical desire to understand the meaning of life and find their destination often address to the evil cults. Influenced of the cult, newcomers fairly quickly assimilated into the cult group and become a fanatics, whose ideology and activities could conflict with their original view of the world. Influenced of such cult were the main characters of the series. The group pupils'health are interested in a new kind of training that offered to them by representatives of an unknown company. The students in a short time were under the hypnotic influence of the delegation. And it had unintended consequences. Their in a state of hypnotic trance bused to another country. Now they are in Latin America, in the city of Vender. Parents of these students after some time noticed the lack of their children at home. And started to search their children. On their path meets a man who had previously been in the ranks of the military, and he agrees to help them. Once when they reached the city Vender turned out that this man interested more for his own purposes rather than in theirs. And now they do not know what them to do next, and do not suspect that very soon they will trapped.Read more »