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The great thing about this weird little comedy, are its characters. Everyone of them lives in their own world, with their own projections, fantasies and "reality". The viewer knows what each character thinks and wants most of the time, even if they are not displaying it publicly for the others to know.
And that is exactly what makes this fun to watch. The premise is pretty simple, throwing in a factor that puts everything off balance. But then it wasn't really balanced to begin with (see characters views of things). The movie is going places that are mean, but that is why I liked it. It doesn't take prisoners (maybe literally, but not really).
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