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The production as a whole feels basic, the camera never doing much more than rolling idly.
The film is technically not fit for theater projection, with bad cinematography and worse sound.
There is some convoluted issue about a guy who owes a debt to the mob, and how it’s affecting his family. What’s weird is that this guy is ultimately made out to be the worst person in this story.
The film does have some trouble in recognizing the entitlement of its characters, but in the end, it manages to be mostly funny while maintaining a seriously tender heart.
The stories are kind of about appearances, about the way that assumptions are made about people based on their bodies.
With so much of this character’s past kept a secret for most of the film, it becomes difficult to connect emotionally.
The movie is trying so hard to be everything to everyone; to be an explosion of fanservice and mainstream market researched appeal and outsider cool.
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