About Elly

About Elly
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Caroline

Wonderful! The fact that there is resolution to her death doesn't detract one bit from the mystery and feeling of futility. Deep emotions indeed!

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Dee

Although this movie was depressing, it did demonstrate some fascinating commentary on human nature: the strong and the selfish will and do prey upon the weak. Elly, unfortunately, finds herself entangled in one controlling relationship after the other. I think she figures that is the way ...Read more

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Michael

A masterpiece

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Natalia

Total misery! Not an enjoyable experience at all.

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CHANGSU

What a great movie!!

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phil

The men have no problem showing their feminine side.

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