Kissing Candice

Kissing Candice
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Michael

A pure visual delight that makes a rather bland and confusing story completely engaging. The cinematographer never does things the easy or lazy way, the result is a feast for the eyes better than blade runner 2047.

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James

Film elements combine, film magic happens. Beautiful, purposeful cinematography. Dynamic original score. Blahblahblah great movie.

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