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Honest in its portrayal of an addictive relationship
I found THE SOUVENIR to be a brutally honest protrayal of a toxic relationship. It depicts the rolls both partners play in the development of an addictive process. It is beautifully acted and intelligently directed. It is well worth seeing.
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