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I liked this film although it only had an average of 6.2 (April 2014). As this was loosely based on a true story, I was interested to see the outcome of this film having not previously read or heard of this case.
The ending was a complete surprise (to me at least!) and well worth a watch on that basis alone.
The two main actors were surprisingly good, I hadn't heard of them before but would watch them in future films based on their performances in this.
This would never be a Top 10 film for anyone I wouldn't imagine but if your looking for something to watch on Netflix, there are far worst films you could spend your time on.
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