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How does that happen?
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Amazing film well deserving of festival awards
This was my favorite film from the 2016 Cannes Film Festival; and a must see. The entire audience loved it and it was shown in what was likely one of the largest theaters I had been in prior to Cannes. The plot and shots make it seem very Canadian, but it is a great film and should be watched by everyone.
It is well written, directed and the cast does a very good job. The cinematography is great and does a good job at immersing the audience in the story.
The director is now one that I will follow.
Thanks for making such a wonderful film.
Go check it out!
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