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How the hell did this film ever get any awards or nominations. One of the worst movies ever!!!!! I could only sit through 28 minutes before turning it off. The acting is TERRIBLE!! It took me completely out of the story. All of the characters were emotionless, no depth. I just want to throw up. As a fellow filmmaker, I am upset that this got made. So much potential, and it falls flat on its face. Why are people loving this!? Ugh!
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