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Arthur Allan Seidelman
Good destination but the journey feels longer than it is
Not long before WWII, a young, daft and uneducated man who doesn't really belong anywhere is accused of murder, and this asks the question, "why is just the rumor enough?" and sets up(if it could follow through more on it) why bad things happen, rather than just focusing on punishing those that do them and promoting the hatred of them. He and a woman have a sweet relationship with one another, and he finally feels accepted. This is tragic and rings true to anyone who's been mistreated for the way they were even when they couldn't help it. It's also got a reasonable pace... early on. Then it seemed to get to be kinda slow, and honestly, this just never quite got me all the way interested. For being around 90 minutes long, this feels at least twice that. There is some humor in this. The acting is pretty good. I couldn't really recognize Corbin early on(seemingly the only person I know in this), which is probably because he doesn't speak in the Southern accent I'm used to from Red Alert 2 and One Tree Hill. There is a little bit of moderate language in this. I recommend this to those who like love stories and don't need them to end all hunky-dory. 6/10
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