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Good for what it is...,
This review is from: Lomography 603 35 mm 100/36 ISO Fine Color Negative Film - 3 Rolls in a Pack (Red) (Camera)
I purchased a three-pack of this film mainly as a curiosity to see if it lived up to its "fine color" description. I shot several rolls with a Canon AE-1 (using the "program" setting as well as a few higher shutter speeds) and results for the most part were pretty nice.
As mentioned elsewhere, you'll need ample light to get the most of your shots. Outdoor shots in bright daylight yielded some great pictures though the degree of color saturation depends largely on what you're shooting. The richer the subject color the more distinct the images will tend to be I've noticed. Backyard shots of our dogs (2 black labs & a German shepherd) against a green yard looked great for example, whereas shots of our kids playing at the park didn't appear any more saturated than shots taken using regular garden-variety film.
For what it costs, it certainly doesn't hurt to try - good light and a color-rich subject will definitely make it worth the outlay.