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Song Of Sway Lake Review: A Beautiful & Well Meaning, Yet Slow & Aimless

There is a certain joy about going in to an unexpected movie. You can find yourself stumbling onto unexpected gems, or you can find yourself careening into a hot mess of a flick. While I wouldn’t necessarily call any aspect of The Song of Sway Lake a “hot mess,” I do think this film is an example of some very GREAT filmmaking mixed in with a bit of a questionable and meandering story.
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