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-could be many personalities of oneself?; alter egos; clones?; the way that others see you; what s your own personality? The idea of the script , though somewhat chaotic , is good ; however, it is not treated deeply and left only a movie to pass the time . There are some parts that are successfully achieved, like when the waitress confused the delivery of french fries with the other self and then stares at him without knowing what to do ; or when the protagonist girl finds him with another clone and knows who s who. It is a mixture of comedy , light J-horror pop and a film for TV ... with a final moral , that if your "good" side did it wrong, you can accept the error to try to fix it, then you can generate a new reality or have another chance.
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