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This film, though somehow leaving me with a fuzzy feeling in the end was in fact pretty boring. The story telling is similar to The Office series. The main reason for me watching this film was the other comment on it. It feels more or less like a documentary in the beginning and because my distance from the community portrayed it didn't appeal very much to me; expecting to see a comedy, (and in that matter a pretty funny film.) Some ironic moments save the movie, form total failure, but you usually spot the twists right away. It is kind of odd that the camera crew doesn't experience fatigue in this story isn't it? Anyway I can recommend this movie for people that like the office, though it is no where near as good, and enjoyed Lars and the Real Girl. Don't expect a laugh-fest, because it isn't.
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