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Confusing at first, but worth sticking with until the end.
In the beginning of this movie, I was really confused about what was actually going on. It was quite difficult to understand who the characters were and how they related to each other. It was also quite hard to understand what there conversations were about. As the film went on though, I became more interested. The plot unfolded really well and soon enough I understood who everyone was. The parts of the film that weren't understood at first became really clear. I thought the film was very clever and slowly I cared about the characters and what they had to say. Overall it was a bit weird to begin with but it was worth watching all the way through.
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