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Largely agree with surprising attractiveness of this film
I was enthralled by the female actress who played the lead, I agree she looked like she had a few miles on her, but she did also have a smoldering beauty that begs one to study that face and wonder what had gone so awry in her life. I thought the film did an adequate job of depicting the painful events that forged that face. I liked the film enough to watch it again, as I was channel surfing when I stumbled across it, and didn't give it the attention it deserved. When I finished watching the film I looked forward to the credits as I wondered who the actress was. I wonder if she is a sibling of Shannon Elizabeth? If so, it would be interesting to meet their parents. Both are striking women, and I disagree with the previous reviewer's "crack whore" characterization. Too many Kirsten Dunst pudding faced blonds polluting the big screen already, an edgy brunette was welcome to this viewer!
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