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This film was populated with uni-dimensional characters that I didn't care about one way or another.
The most emotional range shown by the protagonist was at the end when tears were shed. Big woo. Facial appearance, body posture, vocal inflection ... all were flat. Things went from bad to worse to tragic with no visible change in her demeanor.
This was an apparent attempt to be a quirky Coen Brothers style film; it was an abysmal failure. It was a fairly good story, but excruciatingly executed.
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