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Analeine Cal y Mayor
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A little something, a lot nothing
Call me stupid, but I did not get the point of this movie. As I am about to watch the Carrie-Anne Moss "videography" I kind of had to go through this one. ..and this is a tough I can tell.
Although there are quite interesting scenes - whether it is some nude scene (which are quite authentic) - this movie seemed not to come to an end. This is about regret, hope, affairs, pain, .. just too much of everything for me but nothing done the right (intense) way as it should be. The scenes are just to short and too much seesaw as one could get into it. It is as if the director wanted to put just everything in - whether it fits or not..
The plot could be told told in two sentences.. The story is nothing new.. There are many "side"plots which seem so go no where, that cross each other from time to time what made me lose the thread and finally the interest in this movie. The camera is very shaky in some scenes..
anyhow I like the actors but this is - to sum it up - neither fish nor fowl. Maybe you like it - or understand it - then tell me please ;)
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