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I found this movie a bit difficult to understand in many parts and somewhat disjointed, but it does give you pause for thought in that we all have moments of unusual thinking and odd ideas. It was like trying to put someone elses actual thoughts into your head and think of them as coming from your own mind. Not easy to do as we all think differently.
The best parts of the movie were the scenes with 'Bob'(played beautifully by Jeremy London), who seems to be something of a guardian angel. His performance was lovely and thought provoking and for me, watching the whole movie was worth hearing him tell Acey "Yes, I love you" with such incredible passion, tenderness and feeling. Anyone whom that line does not touch, has never felt isolated or unwelcome, and longing for someone to love them.
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