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There's another film like those I really love! Offbeat, quite slow but with great inner power. Tender and funny. he story builds up bit by bit and it all has to do with human relationships but you do not get bored for a sec as the characters are so wonderfully constructed that you like them immediately and you really care about what's gonna happen to them. It recalls of Wenders' and Jarmusch's road movies but it also brings in mind the sweetness of Lost in Translation with which it also bears the fragility and unease of its heroes. The film is five stars in every production aspect: the cinematography is just great with breathtaking scenes of the Grand Canyon and the Arizona Desert -cinemascope was necessary in this film- and the music is inspired and wonderfully bent. In every scene of this lovely film one can grasp the love of its creators for cinema. I expect to see what's next!
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