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So what was in your mind then when you went down there, I'm curious to know. What were you thinking? You were gonna check up on me?
It's don't doesn't matter. I'm asking you this one question, now I want you to answer me, do you see yourself now as my-my probation officer?
Do not yell, I'm not upset.
Well I am upset.
It was my fault, okay? And, you slipped and I knew it, I, you knew I knew it. We ignored it.
[Ross goes to light a cigarette]
Okay. I slipped. Okay.
What else did we ignore?
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This will not be for everyone but I loved this film. It had the benchmarks of what I appreciate in an independent work; believable acting and a story that didn't compromise itself (or the characters) with a out of place and overly uplifting ending.
There are a few small bumps along the way, all forgivable for a solid film such as this.
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