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What an unexpected, enjoyable find this film was. Actor-turned-writer/director Rhys Wakefield and a blonde-haired Nick Cannon parody their experience in LaLa Land with a funny, smart, tight, twisting meta-narrative that draws you in and never lets go. A modern take on movies about Hollywood such as Sunset Boulevard or Mulholland Drive, the humour is biting, satirical and self-effacing. Wakefield establishes himself as a unique voice in cinema and one to watch.
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