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Various Positions is a fairly good watch if you want something depressing and self-loathing. You probably wont crack many smiles in this one, especially since the lead actor is horribly stiff, painfully stiff! The acting performances are mediocre at best unfortunately. Being a dialogue based movie the script holds up fairly well surprisingly regardless of all shortcomings in the actor's performances, and this is what keeps the movie on its feet. The father has some funny lines, and Carly Pope does a good job playing the role of Cheryth as this character has the most personality in the film.
A movie that deals with similar themes as this one is Liberty Heights, but that takes place in the 50s so it's quite different.
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