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As anyone who has the fortune (or otherwise) of watching his earlier movies such as "Days of Heaven" or "The Thin Red Line", writer-director Terence Malik's fare does not usually resonate with mainstream audiences and often polarises critics and viewers alike.

His latest film (about such weighty topics as the creation of the earth) won the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes International Film Festival. Like his other films (he has directed only six so far), it is exquisitely shot and has an interesting cast of performers, but its narrative and plot are hard to grasp. In fact, it led to a theatre in Stamford, Connecticut (in the US) putting out this unusual letter to its patrons: Which film?

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