May In The Summer

May In The Summer
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Francoise

The movie is diverting to watch and has moments of brilliance (scene in the Dead Sea), but even with all its refreshing female characters, “May in the Summer” doesn’t leave a lasting impression and leaves you yearning for more.

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Nadia

Really wanted this to be good.

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