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Pretentious!!! This beautifully shot bucket of animal muck screams pretentious from afar. I should have seen it from a mile. Shame on me.
Puh-leeeese - graphic sex scenes? Close ups, shots of happy endings, full on anal, interracial hook-ups? Come oh-n, gurl! Can we have some substance in a form different than body fluids?
Pseudo-philosophical ramblings, cool performance art kids, talking, talking, talking... On top of that the cast is purposefully unattractive, I'm going soft just at a sheer thought of their appearance. It's not even a mixed bag, they're all fugly hands down.
Plus the obligatory, early morning goodbye scene... and too-cool, hipster indie music. No, I'm not having it, nah, never. The director will most likely end up like the protagonist. Going back to his mum's basement flat or a cabin in the woods. To live with the deer.
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