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Cannes Film Festival
Honestly, I have never encountered a screening of such intensity and relativity to this day-to-day life and dogma governed charade.
What you as a viewer are about to encounter is a defiance against your deep down inner skeptical thoughts. For some, this might be perceived as an embodiment of pure heretics. But rest assure viewer, you might be a one who is objective in perspective, and ingest this screening as a wake-up call for what you are missing on in life, or... a certification for whatever life you lead with your significant other, for the latter I'm sure was not forced onto you but chosen, chosen by your true undeniable true tendencies.
Enjoy my dear viewer this piece of art from whatever display box you have at home.
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