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After watching yesterday GALVESTON from the same female French director Mélanie Laurent, I am now a great fan of her and will remain a follower of her stuff. She is very talented, gifted in emotional matters. Here everything is accurate, excellent and moving at the most, Gilles Lelouche awesome and the story compelling...I don't even speak of the directing and scènes underwater. maybe not for all audiences. A little masterpiece.
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