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Jeanette May Steiner,
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It's very odd, but this supposedly "made for festival film" just keeps getting better and better each time I see it! Others have said the same thing. It's like you see more, hear more and really find more traits in these characters that you either relate to, or just are drawn to watch them some more. The actors are fabulous! It almost seems like they ad-lib, but it was confirmed that it was all scripted with just a line here and there that just blurted out of the actor in character, while shooting the scene. Anyway, it's a gritty, sad, honest view of a life gone wrong and of course affecting everyone around them. I'm going to see it again. It'll be in theaters soon. and then on DVD.
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