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The Flood sees Lena Headey alongside Game of Thrones co-star Iain Glen take on one of the most explosive topics in modern politics. See why critics are gripped by it and are calling it "soul scraping", a "must see", with a "clever twist in the end".
I saw the low cum rating and thought I'd pass on the film... then I read the actual low reviews by the low-lifes who wrote them and realized they were attacking the movies for their warped political beliefs. When I properly discounted the low-life reviews the film scores high enough to be worth a watch. So I'll try it.
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