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John Kent Harrison
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Sought out this film for an Ian Glen performance. Could not stomach it even to get to his scenes. I am just sorry that such a good and interesting actor as Iain Glen has not been better taken up in film, with better parts. He is such a distinctive character, sensitive and having strength as well. This movie is just a mass of confusion and his contribution to it surely did not enhance his career. I credited his performance in Downton Abbey, Wives and Daughters and a smattering here and there. Sorry for him that he had to be involved with this turkey. He seems to have done well in "Thrones," a television vehicle. The lead female character here (not Carla herself) is a cow, unsympathetic and unattractive. Surely a low budget vehicle. Avoid.
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