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Although I enjoyed the overall plot, emotion behind it and the acting, the film lasted too long and there was not enough substance to keep me gripped the whole way through.
I kept thinking to myself throughout the film that I have seen this all before (120 Battements par Minute, Call Me By Your Name etc.) and unfortunately, there was little which separated this film from LGBT films of this genre and this plot to make it a front runner.
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