Balcony

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Roxanne

Loved it!

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Daniel

Great storyline of perspectives that are almost always overlooked. It's a touch of 'imperialistic nostalgia' that exists within alleged good deeds and poorly constructed identities. Really enjoyed the short but emotional journey that of course ends in a cleaned up justification.

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Ester

Powerful and sad. Enjoyed watching.

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Anna

Chilling. Must watch 'til the end!

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Olivia

I was inspired to watch this by the review below but am still feeling completely thrown by the dramatic and unexpected ending. Days later I'm still working through all the complex themes this film manages to address in 17mins. Deserving of all the accolade it has received.

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Lisa

The script is incredibly sophisticated, effortlessly interweaving unrequited love, cultural miscommunication and the profound effect one's lived experience has on their perception of the world.

Both young women put in amazing performances, and the direction and cinematography are ...Read more

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