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I enjoyed the trip this movie took me on, with the uncertainty, and interpretations purely my own. The young couple in the movie complimented one another's evil side, and it's clear you wouldn't want get on their collective bad side. The characters the young couple encounter throughout the movie keeps you wondering what's next? I enjoyed the filming style, the actors portrayal of the characters, the scenery, and the music. I've viewed the movie several times and have picked up new things out of the film each time. Stay alert when watching, it's packed with all kinds of goodies. There are many memorable quotes throughout the movie and many revisited quotes that are applied very keenly.
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