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Michael Green watched
Loose Cannons 2011
An Italian comedy/drama about two sons in a wealthy and successful family who are dealing with uncloseting, and the stigma they face. The tone is mixed, with moments of melodrama and farce seeming at odds with the tragic nature of the story - which doesn’t really develop in any meaningful way.
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