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Typical buddy movie (almost gay by modern standards)
The only reason this fllm seems to garner attention is due to Louise Brooks in the final segment. She is attractive enough but displaying little dramatic talent, just a show piece that any woman, actress or not, could have provided the film makers.
I am among those who just 'don't get" Louise Brooks, and I guess I will die unchanged. Nothing special at all in my book. She just had a "look," but no talent.
A buddy movie, that could be termed gay "but without any sex," just camaraderie devoid of the influence of the female.
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