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December 06, 2005


Interesting critique from a directorial standpoint...but I still don't seem to understand why so many critics call this film "dated," as though that were a bad thing. It is "dated" in that the narration explicitly states that the action takes place in 1989...but the word is used in reviews to imply that the film is not applicable to modern society. I mean geez, it was only 20 years ago, and most of the themes presented are very relevant. Why call "Rent" dated, but not "La Boheme?"

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