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A sensual drama such as “And While We Were Here” doesn’t have to present likable characters, but something near the vicinity of understandable is a must. Flavorless and a tad mean-spirited, the feature asks the audience to accept the development of a life-altering affair when the participants have only known each other for less than a day, also forced to digest rather unsavory behavior as the couple quickly forges their unlikely bond. Warmth isn’t a priority, as writer/director Kat Coiro is actually making a movie about opportunity, creating a void where genuine feeling and confusion should reside. A sluggish, confused picture, “And While We Were Here” is cold to the touch. Read the rest at


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