This was an excellent film; even though its over two hours long, it certainly never felt like it - its perfectly paced and engaging. The story itself really becomes engrossing when there is a plot development (which I cannot explicitly mention without giving it away, and with it much of the interest in the film) that shakes the viewer out of what they learned in the first 40% of the film. There are way too many cutbacks. The actress who plays the character of Nash's wife is far too photogenic for the role.

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