Franklyn (15)

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Reviewer Islas Coco
This film feels like a student projects that didn't go well.
Dialogues are long, they don't make sense and don't go to the point. Worse, they often sweat of self contentment and use a vocabulary that the writer clearly doesn't understand and that the story really doesn't need. Except for the father, the acting is actually very bad and I think this is due to the mediocre direction and casting more than to the actors themselves. Don't wait for a ending that makes sense either:
The emotional music at the very end comes like "it all makes sense, how brilliant!" but in fact what happens just doesn't work at all and is quite embarrassing. I nearly walked out several times but thought the nonsense would eventually be lifted at some point, not.
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Reviewer Anonymous
thought it was great
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