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Sujit R. Varma
Russian Doll looked good in the previews that is only where it looked good. Hugo Weaving and David Wenham lacked their usual charisma and depth of character. Katia was obnoxious and annoying. Ms. Horler was the only good thing about the movie she lead the cast through all the difficulties it faced in the script, she should have appeared more in the film, I was also disappointed that Laurie Foel was only in it for 1 minute. What it lacks Horler makes up for, but I wouldn't recommend this Australian film because it's a disaster.
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