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The Low Down can be rated as an undeveloped good idea, not more not less.
The good side of this movie is the effort to capture an transmit the confusion of those years, but it falls hard on that, sometimes the movie captures the esense of that behavior, but those not transmit anything at all. After watching the 96 minutes I was like `so what?', not a single feeling about the film or the characters, characters that just wander, one does not know where they come, where they go, what moves them, you can not make any contact with them just watch the as watching a pst in the street.
I am waiting for the next movie to see where the director goes; it can be a very good thing or jus another empty presumptuous thing.
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