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I started this movie with eager anticipation, and ended with a strong desire to push pins in my eyes to alleviate the boredom. I really don't think that I have ever seen a film that is so slow and boring. It just seems to go on, and on, and on.... Lingering scenes, that are presumably meant to be replete with meaning, seem to go on forever. The main character does not seem to change his expression throughout,even during what should be one of the most dramatic scenes of the film. Presumably, this is meant to convey something, but to me it simply had the effect of adding to the tedium rather than exploring what (I guess) was meant to be the major themes of consequences and guilt. One to treasure for those nights when you are just desperate to sleep but cant drop off. Apart from that I would avoid it.
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