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James breaks it off with Katie, but feels bad about it. He doesn't like hurting people. At least he's seeing Monica tonight, she's always fun. He doesn't connect with her though, not like with Sarah - but they're just friends. He was close with Natalie too, until she moved to LA. That reminds him, he's going to work with that actress, Anna something. She's probably too famous to talk to him though. And besides, Lily should be back soon and he really wants to see her. Sometimes he misses Lorraine, but thinking about her just makes him sad. Whenever he feels lonely, he texts Rapunzel - that's not her name, he just can't remember it. He should really delete her from his phone. But he can't.Written by
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Be who you are not who you think you should be
I love and hate this film, 20 years ago this was me and I didn't know what was going on with me my life, it hit a real nerve and I can see what an idiot I was. And the damage I did to both myself and those around me.
I do hope that others watch this emotional film about the chaotic life that drugs and lack of self worth can drag you into. And I hope that the experiences and knowledge that someone who comes out the otherside gains makes them into a better and more rounded human being.
Long nights and short mornings is brutality honest and true representation of how crazy things can get. And watching this has astounded me so much its like a mirror. It will not be everyones cup of tea but it deserves a better rating.
I love it because it was my life, I hate it because I wasted so many years living this lifestyle.
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