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For a movie that's called Feelings Factory (international/english title), there's not many feelings floating around here. Of course this is meant to be like that, to show us, that right now there is not much love floating around.
And even if we believe in the "concept" of love, we try to find it the wrong ways. Like at love shows, on the internet etc. (not actually anything that is in the movie, those are just examples). Well the good news is, that it achieves it's goal. The bad news? It achieves it's goals! While the characters are portrayed great by the actors, you're not really into them. You're not really feeling them or care for them, that much. Which leaves you with a bad taste at the end of the movie or at least a confused feeling ...
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