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I know, It's not really a new movie or anything like that. I just got around to watching this one now, as I am writing and I am actually pleasantly surprised by this one. I find the visual aspect of it was very good. It doesn't have those made for TV looks. The audio too is good. The plot is interesting and I can't really admit to foreseeing the end before its time. Well at least not at where I am presently.(she just go run off the road by someone who was listening to her cell phone call) There are a few point that one could possible be irritated with. But in all nothing really major. As mentioned by others, the relationship that forms between the two main actors doesn't really seem plausible but yet how many movies have we all seen where two actors going through a rough patch have an intimate relationship. Probably every one, so I don't think this really destroys the movie.I doesn't give it a boost either I should say. If your looking for a movie that is not action packed and that the plot holds up and you don't want to waste time then I really think you should give this one a shot.
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