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Sometimes you meet that special someone and everything clicks, everything is magic. That magic can last up to a year. Eventually, you learn what you are really getting into - baggage, relatives, baggage. It's something everyone experiences and can relate to as "Almost Perfect" unfolds.
Kelly Hu shows that she's fully capable of carrying a film on her own. The pace of the film alternates well between pulling your lips up and pulling your heartstrings. And in the end, you will feel satisfied that the lives you have seen, though not yet perfect, will go on. Both they, and you, can find a way to deal with the baggage that sometimes intrudes into our lives.
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