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Richard M. Davidson
Loosely based on the actual WWI Christmas cease fire between German and English troops. The two sides met halfway across the battlefield and sang silent night and played soccer. Each year the two countries re-enact the game in tribute.
great dialogue driven movie of a man and women in New York doing nothing
This movie has great pace. The dialogue is laid back in contrast to the incidents that befall the characters. This movie celebrates the pure enjoyment at seeing frustrating situations happening to others. Similiar to "The Daytrippers" and "The Out-of-Towners".
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