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The movie is ridiculous. Nothing is there but extremely boring, endless, meaningless titles and scenes. There is nothing. The story is nothing. Acting is nothing. It is a set of continuous nonsense, floating by in the form of scenes, from minute 1 all the way to minute 101.
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