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Composed by Billy White
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I am not too much into romantic movies, I rarely watch them. But this one really kept my attention, simply because of how unorthodox it is (comparing to genre fellows).There were no big screenplay-helping coincidences, just people who could act so due the state of the mind, they actually were at. One can see there are some actual events behind it. Dialogues are pretty civil and I like the fact being a different race couple isn't a leading issue. Yeah, characters are not ignorant about fact it is so ( for example dialogue about jazz musicians in Europe), but there is not the main theme. I love both Beharie and Duken- guy might be a big name in the future (I saw few of his movies and he created a few totally different personalities of his characters in them- in like Max Manus or the Ueberlingen accident.) I have edited my rating after I have seen it for the second time. I am really excited, how sincere this movie is. Keep on going the crew.
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