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The creator of this work obviously is trying to be different. He has created a jumbled mess of several intersecting lives that offer no real insight into any of the characters. People come and go and do things in front of the camera without any apparent rhyme or reason.
I think the time would have been better spent trying to focus on two or three of the characters and developing them some more. Some of them actually seemed to be interesting.
In summary, this film could have been very good had the writers actually tried to create a plot and some possible resolution (positive or negative) to the characters' issues.
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