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After the end credits, there's a text that reads: "This movie wouldn't exist without the determination and patience of the people whose names you've just read. It wouldn't have been finished without the support of the following names. Thanks to everybody." More names are credited on screen while a final sequence with the main character is shown. See more »
The reviews on here urged me to write my own. This is really not as bad as a movie as it is being described and rated as. If you enjoy your movies solely due to their storyline, this won't be one that you will enjoy. It's a movie with beautiful cinematography, outlining the struggles, worries and uncertainty that comes with early adulthood and first fiery loves.
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