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I really do not know how to rate this film... On the one hand, it is obvious that the director is a rather savvy filmmaker, while on the other the movie reels off uncontrolled after the first half of the picture, to the point of becoming (at least in my mind) totally ridiculous. I suppose it is probably 'too modern' for me, I don't know.
Don't get me wrong, I am far from being a puritan of any sort, much less homophobic, but I think this was not only completely over the top (especially the ending), but also completely unrealistic, not to say impossible. The 'teaching' of the movie is in my opinion also completely wrong. One cannot, and should not always do as one pleases, otherwise our world as we know it would probably implode. As I said before, too modern...
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