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Actually, after seeing the movie, I am interested now to read the novel that the movie is based on. Just curious what are the similarities and differences.
The movie is interesting, mysterious, kinda weird and keeps you guessing. I guess the point of the movie is that death can mark someone's life profoundly and leave the lasting marks. Only when you set yourself free of the past ( by suicide, or new,real love ) you can go on living as a living person and not to be 'emerged' in death.
I like the ending of the film and returning of the girls. That keeps you guessing whether the main character is a good guy or bad guy. Bad guy because of his help to one of the girls.
All in all, seven from me.
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