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Brilliant. Freakin' brilliant. While normally TV just can't keep my attention longer than 10 minutes, this movie just got me clustered to the screen. I was planning to go to sleep but I couldn't go before I saw everything of it.
The symbolism gets you thinking, the beautiful choreography emotes and the music is a perfect mixture of silences and sound. The "fighting" scenes where something completely new to me. They made me think of some kind of animal-like fighting.
There are but few words spoken in the whole thing, but the ones that did were really where they should have been. They did add something to the atmosphere.
Hope this rather unknown movie gets to the larger public sometime.
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