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It gets better
I almost switched this picture off, because the stylish character of the delivery seemed a bit too pushed, and I did not feel that I was getting any sense that the plot was going anywhere. But stay with it, it turns out to be a satisfying, well-fashioned film. Later on, it seems to roll more comfortably, either because one gets accustomed to the stylish form, or because that aspect of it gets toned down somewhat.
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