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I found this to be a smart, original and well made TV-movie. It was interesting to the very end and the ending itself was completely non-conformist (which I loved). The film even tackles some of the problems modern women face in traditional societies and their fight (plight) to free themselves of these ancient shackles. Also, it paints a very realistic picture of today's multicultural high-class society in London.
Some very decent acting throughout and good, unobtrusive sound. Coming from a TV production, a very pleasant surprise. If only more movies where made this way...
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