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We all have various examples of formulaic big films. Well this is like a formulaic small film. Two awesome female actors, both have contrasting personalities, they go on a road trip together, they have a back story that they are running away from, they both have something to give to each other. But the only thing is that it doesn't leave an impact on the audience.
When a story is written, an outline is created, then scenes are created and then the dialogues are written and give continuity to the narrative through screenplay. It seems as if the writer just created the outline and scenes and the director just went ahead shooting the scenes.
There is no chemistry between the characters, there is no naturality in the way the actors emote in the scenes, the effort looks just so superficial.
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