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Pic has a winning freshness culminating in a lovely sequence that captures the joys of connecting with a fellow spirit.
Slick, shallow romantic comedy.
A generic -- though still charming -- portrait of two brothers' growing pains that will suit Nordic pubcasters and smaller docu fests best.
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