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This movie really is not bad, yeah this is my first review but on the contrary to more recent reviews, I enjoyed it. The actors did a good job and the story progressed as it should have, so I don't see a problem here. It made me think about what was really going on toward the end and I do enjoy plot twists in movies. To the actors and everyone who worked on this movie, I say keep on keeping on and expose more people to this movie. Honestly I would recommend Awakened to friends and family because I like to see things gain popularity and traction especially if some people feel differently. Like I said, great movie and would recommend to others.
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