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Saw this film again after nearly 5 months. I was listening to the soundtrack and that reminded me that I should have had a chat about it on January with a friend that didn't like this movie at all. From the heart, I found it beautiful starting from the soundtrack, the division of colors that separates parts (decades) and some aspects related to photography, etc. But what I always say is about the feeling, the emotions. But trying to concentrate of what my pal said about the poor dialogs, I mean, he is right. I think that dialogs are the most important thing to take care. Even if you give to a good director a movie with a poor screenplay, he won't make it better. Andrés.
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