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I watched the film 'WWW: What a wonderful world' yesterday. You could say that it's kind of a black comedy. The main storyline is between a traffic agent, who is a part-time prostitute and a mercenary killer. This is the main thread in a intertwined string of little stories. In the end the come together in a magnificent, unexpected finale. The soundtrack is diverse and a good support for the story. The introduction of the characters is very funny. The camera-work is beautiful, some shots skip your rational brain and plunge right into your emotions. If you're out for an entertaining movie, that may be even worth watching several times, than this is it.
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