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Tommy 'Tiny' Lister,
A beautiful movie that doesn't deserve that low vote. Why? Is that because a lot of religious people blindly voted against a gay themed movie? is that because gays refuse to see both sides of a crime, however horrible it might be? Why exactly this movie did to make people reaction so negative? The movie is well directed, the actors are great, the script and lines are beautifully balanced; If there is a weakness in the movie, is the finale, that cannot avoid a certain sentimentality typical of American movies, but I guess this is far for being the culprit.
I suspect in fact that the movie goes deeper that most people would like to go, that its meditation around a crime is more complex than what a lot of people would like to resolve in their mind. Also, the movie goes even further than its main theme, the hate crime; it points the finger to one of the most inhumane paths the America has chosen to embrace, the death penalty.
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