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What did you do to yourself? C'mon, tell me! What kind of problem?
I don't know. It's not really a problem. It's more of an issue.
You just said a problem. Is it a problem? Now it's an issue. Is it a problem or an issue?
Both. I have a love issue, and a drug problem. Or maybe I have a love problem, and a drug issue. I don't know.
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None of the characters in this film are the stereotypes you might expect, and a few of the performances are simply magnificent. Patricia Clarkson in particular probably won't be an Oscar contender, but certainly should be. The two leads are also played to perfection, and I enjoyed the film far more than I had anticipated. Definitely should not have been relegated to the art-house circuit.
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