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Though this film is lacking in many areas, it makes up for this with its handling of an unusual storyline. The progression from beginning to end is not exactly a logical one, and there is some light humour and drama throughout, but nothing too outstanding or memorable.
The actors have a few good moments, but for the most part make the movie feel a bit too melodramatic. Most of the would-be emotional scenes are buffered by the actors' overemphasis.
I wouldn't necessarily recommend this film, but I can think of many films that are worse, and I'm sure there are a number of people who would enjoy it. The plot alone would be my sole reason for telling someone to watch it.
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