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Written by Julian Casablancas & Nick Valensi
Performed by The Strokes
Published by BMG Gold Songs on behalf of itself and The Strokes Band Music
All rights administered by BMG Rights Management (US) LLC
Courtesy of RCA Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Licensed courtesy of Rough Trade Records Ltd (UK)
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One of the most sensible movies ever. A deep dive into emotions.
This is my first review. When I saw the movie, I knew I had to write one.
I love the movie. It is one of a kind.
I like the subject. The movie uses as a subject a profession that I have never heard of. It is a controversial profession and the movie displays it in a very professional and well researched almost neutral way. So we are of to a good start.
I was enthralled by the neutrality of the movie. You watch it and it feels as though you are actually watching the scenes live. You are standing somewhere in the corner of the room and are surveying the scene. It is fascinating how this movie is able to overcome the wall between itself and the viewer. The realism of the scenes is just fascinating. I suppose this is due to the great acting and the camera work. But I could not pinpoint it anywhere. The pieces just seem to fit together in this one.
To avoid spoilers I will not go into detail. I hope you get a chance to watch this movie and enjoy it as much as I did.
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