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Re: “Movie Review: 'The Dinner' Makes for a Filling Cinematic Meal

I thought it was an amazing portrayal of the life we live in. Stan, who you believe at the outset you are going to hate, appears to be the only character who allows himself to be true to his inner self. He's a Polititian who is actually fighting for something he believes in. I think there are many, many parents out there who would justify their children's behavior, exactly as Clare did. Steve Coogan was amazing in the role of Paul. We knew he had mental health issues but, as the viewer, we still felt irritated and annoyed by his behavior, exactly what we were meant to feel by the Director, as you then ask yourself, "This person is sick and I am finding him annoying am I as shallow and mean as the characters in this movie that I am considering my morale inferior?" Couldn't stop thinking about this movie for days afterwards

Posted by samantha on 05/20/2017 at 2:46 PM

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