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January 25, 2014
Terrible. Amateurish, confusing and pompous, with disembowled plot lines, overly dark scenes, unfocused -- literally -- and jarring hand-held jerking camera scenes overwhelmed whatever good acting existed. Been there, done that with the French in the 60's.
January 18, 2014
Very, very slow moving movie. I turned to my wife to tell her I was falling a sleep only to find that she was sleeping.
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