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I will not say about the story.I will say about terrorism.When 17 of October made a terrorism everyone panicked.When Osama crashed the towers everyone was panicked too.Was the film prophetic?Perakis can make good films,in his own style,like it or not,but this one is different.Although some of the cast is not uncommon the new ones make sense.The rhythm is lower but somewhere in the end you don't follow it.It began with positive prospects but "it made it a sea" somewhere.
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