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Date Posted: 06:31:57 10/07/06 Sat
Author: andy
Subject: Re: Lost and Delirious on Australian TV Station SBS
In reply to: andy 's message, "Re: Lost and Delirious on Australian TV Station SBS" on 06:18:47 10/07/06 Sat

>wow... i had the exact same reaction to the film... i
>had never seen it before then and i was just talking
>to friends and then was flipping channels saw mischa
>barton and started watching... it was nothing like i
>expected and not only do i now respect the actresses A
>LOT more than i did (i knew mischa barton from oc and
>paulie from cyote ugly (sorry bad speller)) but i was
>in absolute tears at the end. i have never cried
>because of a movie before, but this one was just
>incredible and i am so sorry i did not see it before
>p.s: i am a guy and please dont think that guys are
>insensitive, just generally in our peer group (but for
>me not with close friends) we dont show our
sorry... adding to that after reading what people feel about this movie. this movie is not about homosexuality it is about love. completely. fully. homosexuality is used as it at times can be a social taboo and the film obviously wants to explore love in the face of society, and homosexuality is perfect for this.
also, i have not had a personal experience such as that in the movie but it still managed to effect me incredibly strongly, more than any movie i have ever seen. does anyone know of any films that are as moving and soulful as this?

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