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Undertow – Review


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His third film is the first with any kind of plot to speak of, but he still dwells heavily on mood and character.
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As a character study, Jamie Bell turns in a strong enough performance to distance himself further from the ballet-dancing Billy Elliot.
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UNDERTOW opens nationwide 17 June 2005

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