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First off..NOT A MYSTERY..I almost never post a review on here but I feel like I'd be doing a disservice to fellow movie watchers alike if I let them see this junk without fair warning as to what they were about to embark on...ITS SLOW BORING. AND to those who claim its a beautiful portrayal of the brother sister relationship? Hmmm I can think of ...ohhh...about 20 billion other portrayals far better for critical and entertainment purposes. Save your 96 minutes and watch ANYTHING ELSE!! It tries to be artsy and indie and also makes feeble attempts at quirkiness and humor but all efforts fail miserably...when it ends you will be left wondering where the money u spent to watch it went. Nothing but disappointment and head scratching will happen and not in a deeper meaning higher thinking kind of way...just plain nothingness
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