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FInally I made some strong coffee and put it on, just to be able to return it to Netflix and get something better.
It is a long spiral down and as the husband says to the daughter,"it is very bad, it will only get worse and then it will be over." that is the film.
Because life, love, old age, family and death are all issues that are universal and very much a part of each one of us.
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