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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 May 2021
I put off watching this for the longest time. I'm glad that I have because a lot of the criticism seems rooted in a dislike of the director, anyone who has actually watched this couldn't criticise it in the way they have because it subtly upends the tired old ideas of older men leading younger women astray. The delivery of the lines is flawless. It irks a little from time to time with the younger actors, but I feel like that is a failure to curtail their natural energy into a more relaxed presentation. Everything is neat. The story line isn't world shattering, but it leaves you with a lot of 'well, I judged that wrong' moments that are charming and kept me from being bored.
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