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Released as a DVD rental only in Australia where the screen format for this title appears as 4:3 (full frame). Comparing it with European releases (widescreen), it appears this film was shot in full frame and converted to widescreen using open matte technique - resulting in significant loss of image to top and bottom of screen and hence disrupting image composition. See more »
Referring to the full frame (4:3) version: a floor microphone features prominently in front of Mia when she's in the ladies' room at a nightclub. See more »
I was supposed to see Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) but instead I saw this one - and I don't feel disappointed at all. I'm surprised and delighted.
I really liked this movie, because it made me feel not only joy but pity and sympathy as well. It never was clear what would happen next though everything that happened then was somehow self-evident afterwards.
The main actor Stellan Skarsgård deserves extra mention. He was very credible in his role and his minimalistic expressions created the basis of this hilarious comedy.
I have to give 10 out of 10 because this one needs more recognition than it gets. Don't get me wrong, it's close to what I would have given anyways.
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