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Drama about married people trying to cope with life's difficulties
This film is about married couples dealing with problems in their marriage. It was nice to see that other people have problems similar to mine. My marriage looks good now! If single people see this film, they may not want to get married. It's a hard look at married life and their problems. Between infidelity, pregnancy issues, and betrayal: most people can relate to something in this film.
It kind of look like a documentary. It took me awhile to figure out if it was or not. There were a few times when I thought, "Oh, this can't be a documentary". But on the most part, the acting was really good.
For an independent film, it exceeded my expectations.
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