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When you combine exceptional hard work with phenomenal cinematography and some inspiring dialogues you can only end up with life cycles. It was a remarkable journey filled with some mind blowing scenarios and breath taking stunts and it's amazing how the small fragments link up to form a massively inspiring movie, the thing that glues everything together is the awesome soundtrack.
Many may find the lines of narration just as some mere clichés but I think it's well related to the story and suits the movie. I loved the way there were so many little metaphors which could potentially have larger meanings. It is by far the most visually artistic movie I have seen and I was very much inspired by what the movie had to tell.
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