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Oh, I loved this movie at first. I can say, it's a unusual movie of Cusacks. I found it very interesting, a little bit similar to other Roberts movies, which is good. I like her acting in this movie, she's really great actress, so natural and also so extraordinary. You just watch her movies enjoyable. This movie is so real, imaging reality like how it really is. It's like a fan is meeting his hero,star or whatever it could be, in this case we say it's Rat Billings (John Cusack). But it's surprising that writer accepts the idea of hers, and let her to be his "protege". So it's very funny and interesting story going on. Moreover I can really praise Armando Riesco (Rubia) acting, he was made for that role, that South American accent, manners... All was looking so real like he really is transsexual. Evan was also great, everyone was in their places where it should be,everyone was just incredible. It wouldn't be wrong if I tell that this role is the best John Cusack role ever. Really worth seeing it. And I give for this masterpiece 20 of 10.
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