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Dan

This is Polish Brokeback Mountain. It's astounding how difficult it is for so much of humanity to accept that the only way out of a prison of conformity is to stop conforming. This film is so depressing and wallowing in sorrow, I half expected it to end in suicide. The existing ending is ...Read more

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Nancy

What a weird film. Can't I like it and it doesn't show gay male attraction in the most positive light in my opinion.

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