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Palm Springs International Film Festival
Just like the Swedish films "Patrik Age 1.5" and "The Square" - "The Swimsuit Issue" is yet another picture from that country that I found to be overwhelmingly disappointing and, yes, downright boring, as well.
I thought that this movie's story-line was so irritatingly contrived and the actors' performances so annoyingly self-conscious that it took all of the patience that I could possibly muster in order to sit through it from start to finish.
(IMO) - "The Swimsuit Issue" had "Made-For-TV-Movie" written all over it.
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