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Miguel Ángel Solá,
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just saw it last night,at 2:30 a.m.,on cable TV.it was such an unexpected joy!i'm still digesting the film,its humor,its brilliant direction,every single aspect that makes it a superb film.had never seen anything from the director before,but while watching it,i reckoned:it's a genius,sheer,pure genius.not to tell that i kind of woke up the family laughing,terribly,laughing...his little touches of being human,that belongs ,only,to the big ones.i'll talk to everyone about it.if films are made to entertain us,it did it;if films are made to enlighten us,it did it;if films are made to make us feel that we're part of some big thing that we can and cannot discover truly,this did it!success?failure?don't we encounter those in our lives?watch it,and enjoy!
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