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I normally watch action movies in the cinema and others at home. Something told me that this drama/thriller is worth watching in the cinema - and boy, was I right.
The teen girls in the row behind me were giggling throughout the pre-movie commercials, but their laughs died a few minutes into RLSM. The film grabbed the whole screening room's attention and did not let go till the very end. The director had a great sense when to release the tension a bit and let the room laugh. Overall, this is a very well made, authentic movie with a gripping and relevant story. I was wondering the streets listening to the film's soundtrack (look up RLSM on Spotify) for hours afterwards, immersed in the movie's world. Which, you realise, is the real world.
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