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Ana Luiza Bergman,
I had the chance to see this at the Magnolia Film Festival in Starkville Mississippi 2011 and it was one of my favorite entries that year. It's dark and well-written, and interesting concept that left me with many questions about who was whom in the film. The script keeps your interest from the very beginning and the shift in mood before the end is palpable in the audience. The ending provoked literal gasps from many (probably including me, but I was very engrossed). In addition to the sharp and interesting dialog, it was well performed, making the characters' interactions and reactions feel very sincere and believable. If it's ever on a festival lineup in your area, be sure to give it a watch.
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