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I see three main reasons to see a movie, to be entertain, to learn something or to feel something. Miraculously, the movie manage to do neither. There's no character development. There's a plethora of characters who's live seems to be impacted by the arrival of the young australian but the end of the movie not one has changed, not one has learn something. The only impact she has finally is in their dialogue.
I have a hard time constructing any argument so here is the bullet points :
the music is flat
the image is boring
there's a lot of great actor but no great acting
most of the dialogues are movie dialogues, not people dialogues.
In summary a very disappointing little boring movie. This is the kind of movie which does'nt serve any purpose.
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