My own private Purgatory would probably be having to watch this film
over and over again for all eternity. I guess after the self-esteem
movement in the school systems over the last 20+ years, we now live in
an era of diminished expectations where good becomes "near genius" and
an amateuristic and poorly executed adaptation of a near perfect short
story becomes an "excellent effort" (among other things, why reveal
the story's denouement at the end of act two??).
--- In email@example.com, "jacquesdebierue"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Patrick King <abrasax93@> wrote:
> > I think "terrible" is a pretty strong word. I was engrossed by it. I
> thought the actors looked and sounded authentic. I LOVED the music.
> All in all, I think it's an excellent effort. I've forwarded it to
> some friends.
> I saw some virtues in it , too. It is a student film, but the guy who
> made it has potential. Among other things, he managed to create an
> authentically drab sixties look...
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