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So, you pushed your brother's face through the window.
[Federico pretends to cry]
Let someone push your face through the window, see if you don't cry!
[pretends to cry again]
Well? Why, did you push Federico's head through the window?
I dunno, I just did it, that's all.
And how do you know I won't knock your goddamn block off?
Svevo, Svevo, please...
What do you want?
It was an accident. Boys will be boys.
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This film seems well intentioned, but just doesn't give you anything but standard. The characters could've been more fleshed out. The script seems to only scratch the surface of these characters, there seems to be so much more to tell. Maybe that is because it was a novel first.
Michael Bacall's character has the best scenes, strangely Faye Dunaway and Joe Mantegna don't get given much to work with. The director Dominique Deruddere made an excellent film after this one called Suite 16 starring Pete Postlethwaite, but this one is just a bit bland.
Overall, this film has some good moments. I didn't mind watching it, but it won't stick in my mind.
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