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The case when the movie causes physical pain. If to characterize the film, I can say this: "You're asking if there will be an end of the world? But it has already come!".
On the one hand, the film shows a rather trivial situation, when the family is in trouble, there is no peace. Boredom and dullness. On the other hand, Evil is clearly shown as a form of total dislove. No one loves anybody: neither the mother the son, nor the husband wife, nor the man of man... Poor, lonely people are everywhere and forever.
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