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Since Love Thy Neighbor has, unfortunately, only one review thus far and that review is rather scathing I feel I should offer a more correct opinion. (No small sacrifice on my part as IMDb demands 10 lines of text before accepting a review. Can you tell I'm padding?) The performances in Love Thy Neighbor are very good, especially the lead character. The jump cut editing in this movie is done quite well and gives it an unusual feel, creating its own style. As the lead character's life spirals out of control the ride is a lot of fun. Love Thy Neighbor deserves better fate than the obscurity it seems to dwell in.
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