Generally, slow-developing films tend to be spend a significant amount of time establishing characters and/or situations. This film doesn't. It just unwinds, slowly. It spends a lot of its time doing nothing, loitering on the screen. Characters who could have been interesting never are (memo to filmmakers, it is best not to have a main character who is the strong, silent type if ALL he is is strong and silent). Don't let your intellectual vanity convince you that there is more going on that meets the eye in this movie. It is simply waiting for a Polaroid that never develops.
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