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A married couple moves back to its childhood village to start a family, but a surprise visit from the husband's brother ignites sibling rivalry and exposes lies embedded in the couple's relationship.Written by
A dialogue dependent movie, but unfortunately the producers were too cheap to provide subtitles for non-Brits around the world who have different English dialects; or those with little or no English; or those hard of hearing viewers. To make matters worse the audio levels as well as enunciation by the actors were inconsistent and uneven.
The acting was minimally acceptable given there wasn't a whole lot going on throughout a film that has the camera obsessed with looking at walls inside the house or out the window. The camera continued the preoccupation with focusing on non-essential scenes for prolonged periods e.g. chickens in a coup; figurines on a shelf; tree leaves blowing in the wind; pond lily pads; spider crawling up a window; the inside of a church both with/without singing.
Outside of that there is a sleepwalking visiting brother; two brief sex with someone else's partner scenes and a party.
Maybe this is a day-in-the-life storyline?
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