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The cinematography, in this case, is more important than the story itself. It is not a sin . Only an easy way for give a love story in which the tension, the silence, the words are sart used. And the performances are helped to be not exactly great but impressive for the touching nuances. Two young men on a bridge. Stockholm. And powerful feelings. The lead virtue - the beautiful delicacy of construction of plot.
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