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It's funny, at the average video store, it's really a hit or miss game - you can't tell anything by the cover art. Picking up random titles is something of a habit, some hit, most miss, and with some you really have to wonder if the people who released the film have actually watched it. Every so often, however, you get a very pleasant surprise, and Stephanie Daley is one of the reasons I love the movies.
Hilary Brougher is an extraordinary talent, and experiencing the performances by some of the finest actors working today was inspiring.
Spending an evening with this film was a breath of fresh air and a treat - thank you!
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