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    In Somer Son, there are events and happenings and things that the characters do and say, but the story linking them proves elusive. Acting ranges from “rabbit caught in the headlight” to “what am I doing here, show me the money already”, and there are no fireworks or tension – emotional, dramatic or otherwise – to be found at any point.

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