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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 February 2016
An unusual, sorrowful film. Yes the title and discription are a little misleading, there are small elements of humour. However I feel this is a faily decent film, I found it enjoyable and moving on a pyscological level. The film is about the lonely, unforfilling life of a middle aged man, pondering the value of his life as he is the end of a bloodline, with no children of his own he finds comfort in befriending an unlikely friend. A teenage girl who has an unfortunate history.

I recommend this as a peaceful relaxinf movie, not something to watch if you are in the mood for laughs and adventure.
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