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I watched this at the Berlin Festival this year and while I had no idea what it was about at the beginning, it did capture my attention. The characters are really well drawn and played. It is played from a woman's point of view, but as can be seen by the other reviewer (up til now), it does have an effect on men too.
Still its human drama and slow pace will not appeal to the masses and it feels a bit like a TV movie too (drama wise that is, though TV movies, especially the ones coming from America, have upped the ante). I would suggest a rent first, then buy if you liked it method, just to be sure not to be disappointed.
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