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I've never taken time out to write a review for anything, ever ... But something needs to be said to warn others. This feature could have been edited to 30 minutes. I'm not sure if dragging on for endless minutes though irrelevant content was the directors attempt at contributing to the message they were trying to convey but this was horrible.
I know someones blood,sweat, tears most likely went into this but ... WHAT IS IT?!???
I don't even know where to start...
I would love to see some detailed explanation of how and why this film got the awards that it did.
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