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I would consider WE GO WAY BACK to be something of a psychological drama, if that is a thing. It's a very interesting story about a young woman acting in a play and the things that she endures during rehearsals. It goes quite a bit deeper. She finds letters from herself that she wrote when she was a young girl. Then something unexpected and surprising happens.
The film feels a bit uneven. It is funny at times and strange at others, but always interesting. It is always fascinates. I am surprised it has such a low star rating on this website. Overall it is worth watching. Recommend.
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