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The movie was fine. Anyway she was mostly locked in her room, and mostly a slave for cleaning all the place. Which is fine. I liked how she did all she was told, and how she accepted her fate. Perhaps I am a conservative but that is how I like it. She is a cute little thing. I did not like the end much. I mostly liked the beginning, where she was the submissive girl I like. The movie is great, The camera too. The acting is great too. And the music is cool. The actors look good, even the prince. And I like that most of the movie the girl is who cleans the floor, and all the mansion. I think she was happier like that, she actually looks much happier doing that. I like that.
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