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Dark Freeman is a 21-year-old University of Chicago student who grew up in the violent South Side neighborhood that surrounds the prestigious campus where he attends on a scholarship. Caught between two disparate worlds, neither of which he feels he belongs to, Dark must discover his true identity... or face a lifetime of feeling like a fake. Written by
To tell the truth I only became interested in this movie because I saw the back cover displaying pictures of cycling sequences. The cycling plays a small though prominent role in the main character's life. I find that anyone could relate to Dark Freeman. Everyone has had a moment in their lives where they plateau. Nothing seems good enough and motivation towards everything runs low. This is exactly what Dark is going through. The scenes are very well directed and shot. Especially those cycling scenes. However , the story was a bit weak. There is a bit of a monotone throughout the beginning, but to my surprise it ended up displaying a nice moral of strength, commitment and dedication. Not the greatest movie in the world but if you have two hours to kill I wouldn't recommend against it.
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