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I May Destroy You
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"As a whole I was pretty disappointed with Hammers Over the Anvil, while it's visually stunning (referring to the Australian scenery, not Russell's rear end) the rest of the film is extremely bland. I found the story quite boring, slow and a little scattered."
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The result with its voice-over documenting the artistic growth of the teenager, its glimpses of half-understood sexuality, and its trail of conflict between father and son - isn't badly made, just extremely familiar.
Quiet romance and not too well known - but I liked it.
great movie except I can't remember what it was about
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