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Lynn avatar

Will watch anything with Charlotte Rampling, but this was a bit of a bore.

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Pay attention to what is taking place during the first half hour of the movie as these events flash back as the movie progresses. An interesting twist on who done it.

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Worth watching. Well done. However , you really do need to see it all the way through. If you do not care for the actors or genre , best miss it. Be well

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30 minutes! I couldn't see where this was going!

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Wow, but then anything with Charlotte Rampling is gonna be WOW

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