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of the few people who have actually seen this film, the vast majority will look down on the film as a poorly done affair - however I found the themes being explored to be quite thought-provoking. The protagonist is caught between worlds, between his hometown and a life of crime. The film's all-important quote is "even the tiniest morsel can sustain a man who has nothing" - think about that, those of you who would judge this film with the slings and arrows of criticism, think also on how the ending fits with that proclamation. I voted 10 on this one because, by gum, nobody else will!
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