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Really. I know that I saw it because I wrote two or three reviews of it back when, and all of them had been deleted, why, I will never know.
Although I would like to, because I still want to believe in "The freedom of expression", loudly touted but seldom applied.
I didn't used bad words, forbidden expressions or insulting ones, so, the only reason for deleting my reviews must have been:
A) The director of this awful movie felt I was very wrong in my appreciations.
B) Some outraged viewer directly related to the director felt I was hurting his feelings with an unjust critic.
C) The director parents felt also my critic as unjustly punishing and inconvenient for the director's career.
I won't write a FOURTH review, that's for sure, since this bad movie is not even worth of just ONE review, I'm just writing this lines feeling affronted by a censorship that allows so easily to remove a negative review from being published, that's all.
Thank you anyway for publishing these lines.
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