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This was a psychological whodunit that held my interest throughout. It might be categorized as a "woman's movie" because it involves all those teary real-life situations like when sex-driven men have affairs and dump their devastated wives. That must be a huge yawn to juvenile Bond devotees who prefer casual sex as an option on their breakfast menu. I liked the movie because it included the real-life dilemma regarding the children's divided loyalty whenever there's a split in the household. The parents are dealing with hurt feelings and huge sense of betrayal. The child may think it's their fault and feels abandoned by the parent that leaves the home. These fractured families carry these emotional scars for a lifetime.
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