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This was a lovely and nuanced love story. The characters were very real, flawed and multi-faceted and the acting understatedly superb. It somehow managed to avoid all the cliches of a love story. The muted, somewhat grungy colors were used to great effect, as were costumes and set design.
Felt like I was watching children in adult bodies... stunted development at its finest but doesn't make for an entertaining movie. It was so bad I couldn't even get through 30 minutes.
Just beautifully funny and emotional! Definitely a must watch!
I loved it. It's brilliant and addressing problems we have in our generation. It was so well put together and entertaining beginning to the end
Lo mejor las estilizadas escenas en los canales de Londres,
Tierra firme 
Lovely pub funny warm hearted movie