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Julian Reischl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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[Chris is asking for specific signs that someone may be suicidal]
What about movies?
Okay. Any period piece. A Scandanavian film. And anything by a first time writer-director. I hate those. Is this helpful?
[Film cuts to a title card that reads "Written and Directed by Dan Rosen."]
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At first, I thought it was something like Heathers, which was completely unappealing. As the movie went on, I realized it was sure, in that Heathers fashion, but it has its own identity. The script was quite intelligent and the acting was superb, although Keri Russell was quite annoying. It was a wittingly fun movie which may start out slow, but becomes a bit gripping in the middle which totally leads you to the fun end. I'd give it 7/10.
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