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After seeing the disastrous "A.I.: Artificial Intelligence," this truly is a breath of fresh air--satirical and funny. Director, Gabriela Tagliavini, has concocted a genuinely smart storyline which is full of mockeries and (did I say?) a twist. The wild selections of costumes and make-ups actually have very contemporary looks, which suggest that female domination has gradually evolved (we don't have to wait 'till Year 2030 to find out). Best of all is Mr. Ryan Hurst. He renders such a comical performance that I think the next Jim Carrey is in the making.
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