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The opening of this romantic muddle is none the less magical. Some piece of classical music is used with great result. Much like Kubrick does with the Schubert piano piece in Barry Lyndon....aahh..well!!?? Anyways....I'm a sucker for great music and images of lovers to be...aaahhh. Remember the little "close U'r eyes"-scene in The Evil Dead, where Ash is charming his way in on a girl by use of jewelry...?? This moment is also great and features some nice romantic music. Ok.....back to A Long....which is typically 70's Euro style. The story is full of baaad cliches + a honymoontrip to Venice. Later on when the young girl (dies and) is frozen down...the now older man is watching the pictures of that trip. And so on, so on, so on.....get the picture now!!?? The Danish video-release is 94.19 mins long(pal)...full screen...very hard to come by, of course!!
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