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First Winter

First Winter
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Karen

Not a movie I would recommended if you value your precious time here on Earth. After watching the movie I have sworn off home preserved [canned] food.

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Maureen

Terrible movie

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kanopy33

Crude and often disgusting, both visually and idealistically.

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Jenny

Watched it to the end out of curiosity .... 90 minutes of my time wasted! Beautiful scenery though.

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Rudy

It definitely contemplates the "superficiality and fragility" of modern civilization. However, this is captured at the very beginning of the movie and so why it then carries this theme for an hour and a half is meaningless and mindless. There is no 'story' here.

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