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If I had to choose a film among all those I have seen the last 5 years, I couldn't recommend more Cloudburst!
This is an hilarious love story at each and every minute.
Cloudburst is also a very touching comedy, beautiful.
Brenda's Fricker (Dot) and Olympia's Dukakis (Stella) acting is purely magic! They carry us in a road trip with Ryan Doucette (Prentice). At the end, the film received a full standing ovation! It deserves fully all nominations and awards it has received!
By now, I'm sure that whatever plan you have tonight, you will cancel it to watch Cloudburst. Don't hesitate anymore!
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