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Isnel Da Silveira,
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Antoine de Caunes
Richard E. Grant,
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In all respects, 'One' is a brilliant film. without even saying one word, the actors, Nikki Bridges and Drew Fuller. are able to convey all the emotions their characters are feeling, quite convincingly, I might add. The directing and the music give it a thrilling and highly atmospheric air. There's just one question I have to ask: what the heck? They never really come out and explain the plot, do they? Leaving us, the poor and confused audience, to try and figure it out for ourselves. Basically, before watching this film, ask yourself one question: are you willing to ponder the point of this movie afterwards? Rating: 5 stars.
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