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Texas is a startlingly amazing movie that resonates with life in the many small towns in today's United States--especially the restlessness yet simultaneous complacency! The director is an impressive storyteller. I highly recommend this terrific film. The acting is uniformly excellent--including the director himself and 2 of the screenwriters. This film deserves to get a release in America and hopefully will soon.
By the way, anyone who can't endure the first 60 minutes should stick to seeing the Hollywood paint-by-numbers crap that is coming out and leave innovative, exciting cinema to those who can appreciate it.
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