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Bayardo De Murguia,
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Dennis A. Liu
John Di Domenico
A friendship story. Real unconventional. The relation father - son and the dreams of the first for his boy and the refuse to be the clone of his old man of the second. A masseuse. A technician. And a story like a haiku. All is great in this case. From atmosphere to dialogues, to confessions, to the last decision and the answer to the basic question of the viewer. But the lead virtue remains the splendid grace. The grace of image and the grace of story and the grace of performance of Candy Ice and Koe Shern. You feel - you know the story. It is real familiar. But you feel that more than as comeback across the memories.
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