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One man can't choose between two women. Dear Anca Damian, this is NOT a story in itself... you don't just go and film 1 hour and a half of this non-story without creating some background for the characters so we can empathize with them, without creating some sort of tension or at least some interesting scenes or conversations. I mean come on, you had a budget of almost 1 million euros... what have you done with all that money? There are 4 characters and almost all the so-called action happens indoor! This movie should be a model for how to NOT make movies. Oh and the way it tries to be "artsy" is just hilarious: we have the writer who sits alone, trying way to hard to be some kind of tormented Baudelaire and there's the main guy with lines spitted from the corner of his mouth... it's so cliche to the point of becoming disgusting. At least we got to see Ana Ularu's breasts (more than once), which was nice.
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