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Sujit R. Varma
The mother should win the best supporting actress award
I think that the mother in the movie is the best, her performance is excellent. The typical housewife, sensitive, caring, nervous, and sad, sort of like the typical soccer mom. and she is not even a US actress.
After the movie, I watched the extra material on the DVD, it seems that all those actors were from British. I have seen the young guy from that movie called Spanish apartment. he was hilarious in that movie with his British accent. And i was surprised that he speaks perfectly American English in this movie. however, i am not sure if that is his real voice. sometimes, i have the sound and the mouth don't match.
He always look sad in the movie, don't know why. which is so different from the happy character in the movie Spanish apartment. I think that his performance was solid. hopefully, we can see more of him in the future.
as for the pianist, he looks just too feminine gay, I think that it is a little too much.
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