Separation was a big flop. I really tried to like this movie, but couldn’t find one single thing to like about it.
From the acting to the disjointed story, it was all a let down. Character development was almost nonexistent, which is part of my gripe. I need to at least be able to sympathize and connect with something to care about it.
I feel like more was probably filmed; it just ended up on the cutting room floor — leaving huge gaps in the story.
I’m not usually one to point out goofs, but there were a lot in this one. Almost annoyingly so.
I won’t ramble on. Suffice it to say I’m glad it’s over.
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There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Separation. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
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