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Kooky low-budget Brit-flick gets a moribund Scandinavian once-over as Danish Dogme disciple Lone Scherfig (Italian For Beginners) directs this contrived tale of two contrasting Glaswegian brothers?one is dying, one wants to die; one is sexy, one is square, etc?caught in a love triangle with mousy hospital worker Shirley Henderson. Annoying.

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