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First of all, I'd just express my devastation knowing that this film is actually not the first one to tackle such kind of situation as claimed by its producers. It is a shame for claiming an original idea which was actually based from a foreign movie. If this is a clear coincidence, then they could have researched further so that they may know that they are not the first.
The screen presentation of the main characters is above average because we can clearly see the talent of each actor and actress. However, at several scenes, we can clearly perceive the lacking of facial expressions despite heavy lines brought out by the character.
The dialogues are very good, making a film not full of clichéd script. It was successful in making the audience internalize what is happening on-screen. However, I haven't liked many scenes as the sexually explicit scenes were obviously done just to attract the viewers.
The rolling of cameras is poor. There is barely a change in the techniques used making the screen dull.
The musical scoring, on the other hand, is very deserving of all the praise and I believe I don't have to elaborate much on this because music is incontestably necessary to uplift the spirit of the viewers.
The twists that happened are somehow similar to how much I expected it to occur, so I was overly satisfied. The ending was somehow overly familiar and I don't appreciate the conclusion of the plot that much because it wasn't that clear and really, it did not answer the crisis of the movie.
In a broad sense of critical analysis, I give it a point of 6 / 10.
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