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Mariam Al Ferjani,
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Nicolas van Hemelryck
Noa Van Hemelryck Weiskopf,
Nicolas van Hemelryck
How often do you come across a movie where the plot is not of greater importance and yet it manages to make you wanna watch it. A very simple story and yet has so much to say. Kudos on casting and direction is neat. The screenplay keeps you engaged and entertains every second of the 75 minutes. A must watch to appreciate simple things in life.
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