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A fast pace in the first minutes, then it keeps slowing down over and over till it leaves a sense of loss. "What more do I want" keeps telling a story with almost no surprise. Probably a teenage love story in a non-teenage context, shaking because of its voids.
Most of the social, political subjects are kept in the background. Full of love, love and more love. Or surrogates of it.
An upsetting watercolor painting in my opinion.
I do not know how this film can sell in the countries where it has been produced. Looks also strange how money can be invested in such a story and put in a film with good acting, photography, and direction.
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