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It is not original. But it is impeccable crafted, from cinematography to the performances. A dark subject working in impeccable manner for the use of light in splendid manner, for the symbol of the rabbit and, off course, for the dialogue. Its simplicity is the basic motif for see it. And to admire a beautiful , in each sense, art of detail, realistic portrait of critic age and a sort of romance so rare than it becomes fascinating in this case.
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