Some things were decent; decent performances by the actors, but there are a couple of issues that I personally found glaring and disappointing. The way the trip to Cambodia depicts what one might find there is one cliche after the next. The cop early on handing his gun to the Aussie tourist, the locals on the make to rob/take advantage of tourists is not counterbalanced, ie, good guys, bad guys, like anywhere. I suppose you could say there were nice people cooking food in the markets, but it isn't enough, and by the end of the film, it's quite overbearing. The very dark level of what happens to the innocent Aussie at a locals bar verges on caricature, and for a very serious subject that sadly happens everywhere in the world, this is bad. And these people are in their late 30s and Australian, ie within a reasonable proximity to travel to Asia, so the idea this is their only experience, so what the hell, let's all take ecstasy, and act like idiots, including the pregnant mom of 2? Problematic, all around.