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A Quick Tip by cyclone_march

  • Nov 4, 2010
I tried a dozen times to review the film but could not find the right words. It has most of the tension of a prison movie but not as much tension as a standard holocaust story. But what is most difficult for me to explain is the character development--it's good but its as if there are 12 different short movies that interact instead of characters. It is worth a watch though.
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