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Based upon the jacket's comments from critics and the SunDance recommendation I rented the DVD. About fifteen minutes in I thought I was wrong about the movie. It looked like a dog. But I kept with it and about forty minutes in it was all coming together. The beautiful scenery, the plot and the action. A good surprise at the end too. The behind the scenes on the DVD aren't worth talking about, much less watching, but the movie is.
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