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Wait a second. When did 'mentally ill' mean 'neonatally intelligent manic pixie dream girl'?!? I registered just to comment on the ridiculousness of this movie. It solely relies on the attractiveness of its lead actors. It is rushed, unrealistic, cliché. Can you say overdone estranged father-son dynamic?!?! Despite being feel-goody, this movie is just too stupid to take sincerely. Even a little bit. I am very sorry I picked this off of Netflix. And shame on y'all for trying to say it's 'artsy'."I think she's just suffering from PTSD"?!?! Seriously...? IMDb thinks I need to add more lines to this review. Honestly there is nothing else about this movie worth saying.
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