The screenwriters take a number of potentially argumentative topics, give lip service to both the negative and positive aspects of each, add a laconic score and send the audience home with a feeling that all is truly well with the world. Played almost entirely in flashback, the film's topics are relevant and the performances are fine. However the large holes in the plot ensure that this film will not stand up to repeat viewing.
|6/10||m.j.brown@ - 263 reviews|
26.4.2008 - age: 50+
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