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What I saw here was a bit of cinematic satire on the who done themes. The movie was NOT written or directed to be taken so seriously. It was a fun watch for me and it wasn't until about a third of the way through, I lightened up and saw this film through the glass of the directors.
Its met to get fun, not taken seriously as Jack the Ripper. So, I will give this DVD another watch and at least a six. Just sit back, put your feet up and watch it. From the very beginning you can see, this film is tongue in cheek.
This could be seen as a little dig upon the the phony message, once wed always stay true or the buggy man will come for you.
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