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I'm not very familiar to Samuel Beckett, and this is the only thing I've seen by him. And it was definitely extraordinary. It's about a man, Clov, who's the personal assistant to what I think is a Vietnam veteran named Hamm, who's blind and the younger man is kind of his eyes. Clov tries to get away from him but founds out that it's impossible because he needs Hamm as much as he needs him. Apart from them, there's Hamm´s parents who lives in trash cans but has a major part in the movie, which really is a filmed play. The poetic monologues Hamm does is really hilarious, and even though the tempo is mostly low all the time I can't say that this isn't exciting...
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