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João Pedro Rodrigues
Even though the lead character is a deranged psycho who just happens to be gay, this is not a gay-themed movie, if that is what somebody wants to watch it for.
It is a disturbing, boring and an absolutely pointless movie. While watching it I wanted to consider it as a spoof or a comedy, but it was nowhere funny.
There was not even a pinch of romance in this movie.
In any movie, no matter what genre it is, there will be something, that somebody enjoys watching. But there isn't anything so, except for some nudity. And beware there is some unnecessary female nudity too. Unnecessary in the sense that no straight man or gay woman is intended to watch this movie, so who are supposed to watch the female nudity? May be it is for the gay men, so as to feel a little nauseous.
May be the director/writer wanted to portray his anger on someone/Ex for being narcissistic/cynical. Whatever!
A complete waste of time.
Who on earth gave this movie a rating of 5 on IMDb? I'd give a 0.5 or less.
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