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Ness

You're a lot kinder about this film than I am. I HATE it and would advise everyone to heed your recommendation to just TURN IT OFF ;-)

Interesting that you mention the thriller aspect and empathising a great deal with the characters: this was where I found the film the weakest! Different strokes for different folks (yet again).

At least we agree Sunny is hot :)

katherine

You know -- you and I love so many of the same films, that I almost find it more interesting when we stumble across the occasional one we *don't* agree on.

I'd probably agree though, that "thriller" is not where the film excels. Intrigue is probably a better word for it (though I bet you'd argue I'm still being generous). And I'll admit that I found the constant backtracking during the trial (providing us with details that really, no one knew but Ajay, those bits of flashback) were really awful.

But I did find the moral ground the film explores really interesting, though it made me *highly* uncomfortable.

Irrfan,too. Irrfan is hot. And Irrfan + Sunny needs to be seen again.

NESS

irrfan, too, is hot. It is, I agree, fascinating (and slightly puzzling at times) when we disagree, because when we agree, we agree, when we disagree, boy do we come at things from a weird 'similar but different' perspective. Ha! That probably makes NO SENSE!

NESS

irrfan, too, is hot. It is, I agree, fascinating (and slightly puzzling at times) when we disagree, because when we agree, we agree, when we disagree, boy do we come at things from a weird 'similar but different' perspective. Ha! That probably makes NO SENSE!

Ness

I don't know why that posted twice except... stupid cellphone.

katherine

No worries, stuff happens. I've just been too lazy to go delete the second one. And now I won't, cos that removes the context for these last two comments.

Ness

And that would mean you'd have to remove FOUR comments. Too much effort :)

katherine

Well, five now.

:-)

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