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This movie is very beautiful. A true and raw story. The film is of greater value, thanks to the extraordinary intepretation of a great actor like Tom Berenger. Good direction from newcomer John Barr. Tom Berenger is a great actor (inexplicably underestimated to the umpteenth power)
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