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A dramatic yet hysterical portrayal of director Janicza Bravos personal experiences.
Well, it turns out it wants me to write ten lines of text, so I guess I'll give it a shot. Let me start by saying that if you're dyslexic like I am (although I have used spell check), it'll probably take longer to read this review than watch a movie that is less that 20 minutes long . I could mention that the combination of absolutely phenomenal cinematography, subtle and believable acting, and engaging plot line, all accented by a amusing (and dare I say sinister at times) soundtrack, blend together perfectly to make a comedy masterpiece. However, the truth is that this movie only needs one line to explain itself; so, to summarise, this movie made me realise that being funny means making people cry.
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