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Indie filmmaker David Spaltro's Things I Don't Understand is a little film that discusses life's big issues. Death and dying; love and loss; and family and friendship are some of the central themes of the film. Things is thought provoking while at the same time manages to avoid being preachy. Considering the serious nature of its subject matters, it is surprisingly enjoyable thanks to a beautiful script penned by Spaltro himself, as well as some outstanding performances by his cast. The film's central character Violet has a pretty messed up life. As a result of this and some of her experiences in the past, she is obsessed with the subject of death and what happens after people die. She starts interviewing people who have had near-death »

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