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Judith

Good

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Lisa

bit slow, bit awkward...had high hopes with a cast that included Alex K - but no.

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Frank Sherman

Very INDIE. Here's the thing. YOu don't need MONEY to make a movie that has good cinematography and poetry. BUt, I think this movie could have used a LITTLE more money, honestly. This is what happens when you put all of the young "creatives" (who most certainly vote for the democratic party) ...Read more

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Angel

Ya cállate, buey! I fell asleep reading this tripe.

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svetlana

I like this little film. the slice of american life portrayed here is the america i love.

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