My Summer of Love
Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”
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[Ending spoilers ahead.] I never thought I'd be so disappointed in a film designed to illustrate Nietzsche's best-known quote. It's well-acted, sure, and in the early scenes it seems to be going somewhere. But it spends its middle act going around in circles, and by the time it tries to pull a surprise ending on you by revealing two characters to be total frauds, you get the distinct feeling it thinks it's smarter than it is. What's the point here? That the most self-righteous born-agains are sometimes pretending? That the rich use the poor and throw them away? They could have called this "My Summer of Duh."This review contains spoilers. Reveal it.
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