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This film is a kind of something you will watch again and again. Because in this film the end, is really the end. This film ends beautifully. Makes you want to watch again and again.
I won't spoil anything. This is not a film to make you feel happy. This film is all about watching how happy the character Asia. How happy she had been, in the end, how happy she was.
You'll understand when you've watched this!!
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