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Tries Hard but ultimately Fails
Read a review on the Guardian before watching this it said " a tame feminist satire lacks bite", although the review wasn't promising but still watched it because sometimes all of us like to watch something different sadly by the end i found saying to myself the review was spot on, although the movie deals with a very important issue but i found the execution lacking for the most part, the only thing to watch is Marianna palka who has written the screenplay acted and directed the movie but the rest of the cast is completely unconvincing and for the most part look uninterested as well, maybe after a while it looks like except the protagonist no else believes in this story anymore
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