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I May Destroy You
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A beautiful film but quite melancholic
This is a little ray of hope for Australian film. Sure it's not perfect, but it shows what can be done on a tight budget with up and coming Australian talent. At the heart of this film is an albeit predictable and almost cliche romance/relationship between two best friends. But despite the familiar territory explored here it is done in such a refreshing and original way that it makes this an Aussie film worth checking out.
Beautiful movie that is a little too long though good performances, touching story and beautiful cinematography.
What is the point of this I ask you? Changing the ending from the original book ending renders this film completely pointless. Also, casting Cameron Diaz as the mother of 3 teenage (or 2 teenage 1 almost teenage) kids is a tad ridiculous.