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Reese Donahue leads a seemingly ideal life, with a bright future ahead of her. But when she discovers the truth, that her mother left enough money for her to choose her own path, she's faced with a dilemma.
Let me start by saying that I enjoyed it even if I knew, I sensed that I was told the story as if I was a child. a very young child who needed repetitions for clarity. The characters talk and explain themselves with a writer's tone. None of it makes any real sense and yet I stayed with it, mainly because I was intrigued by Brando Pacitto as a character and as an actor and I was totally enchanted by Joseph Haro. They create a vibe that was contagious even if remains at the periphery of something. I haven't been able to get into Gabriele Muccino's world yet. His preppy characters are as far from a mystery as anything I've ever seen and the dialogue is pure TV but I have to admit I'm glad I saw it.
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