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A slow, pretentious mess of a movie. Roxana Zal sleepwalks through this movie as a mother grieving the death of a daughter while a pony-tailed stranger appears and disappears in her dreams spouting such lines as "So much sorrow in one tear, it speaks more than a thousand words". Robert Cuccioli is the stranger and if you see this movie on TV(probably under the name "The Stranger") watch the end credits for the song that plays over them. Cuccioli sings it and the lyrics must be heard to be believed. Cringe inducing, indeed!
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