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To be fair I wasn't able to watch the whole movie till the end, I wasn't expecting much at first but 30 minutes into the movie I found it to be an interesting view of a normal teenager with all the normal insecurities, family trouble and vices.
What stopped me from watching it till the end is the horrible sound that you can't even understand what they are saying (me having Spanish as a first language) and the unnecessary long and boring scenes.
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