Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart

1990
Suspense/Thriller
2h 5m
Sailor and Lula are in love in a way that seems so strong that nothing could ever corrupt it. Yet their past contains ghosts, and there are dark forces which are railed against them. As Sailor and Lula head out by road across the United States, these ghosts and these forces slowly catch up with them, putting their love to the test, and ultimately placing it in jeopardy.
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Wild at Heart

1990
Suspense/Thriller
2h 5m
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Rated 03 May 2010
9
93rd
Possibly Lynch's most underrated film. Very strange, very funny, generally frightening and extremely well made. I'm always impressed with how Lynch uses film as a medium, utilizing its full potential while so many others don't. The music, the acting, sets, etc. is so married to the story that you really gain an appreciation of Lynch's use of film. This is also my favorite Willem Dafoe performance, he was so great.
Rated 08 Aug 2009
1
17th
Essentially Blue Velvet 2.0, with the nastiness on the surface instead of being undercurrents (Dern's "this world is wild at heart" is basically this film's "it's a strange world, isn't it?"). Nowhere near as good and often very formless, but it has its moments - Dafoe, mainly.
Rated 24 Apr 2017
68
41st
White Trash Shakespeare for the aggressively hip. Harry Dean Stanton is a fantastic actor and there's too many Wizard of Oz references. It works better as a Cage flick than a Lynch flick, whatever that means.
Rated 11 Nov 2008
5
80th
A tale that's strange and exaggerated [to an extent beyond ridiculous] in a way that only David Lynch can do. There's a lot of stupidity here in the shock value and thematic variety that just seemed irrelevant, but it's a similar nature that gives most of the entertainment as well.
Rated 21 Jan 2007
93
99th
Pure joy from beginning to end: maximum sublimity with minimum repression. Hard to convey the effect when this was watched for the first time in a large-screen cinema with good sound at time of release (the Valhalla in Melbourne). Have never been able to comprehend the negative views at that time, which seem to have lasted longer than has been the case for some other Lynch films. Re-watched July 2022.
Rated 03 Aug 2013
78
62nd
Probably the one Lynch film which could easily identify as any genre. It has everything, and every scene could be interpreted as comedy, horror, melodrama, suspense - often all of them at once. Lots of great performances - a hideously underused but very scary Willem Dafoe especially. The aesthetic of the film is interesting too - think pulp noir meets The Wizard of Oz meets a dream you had in which you hazily remember merging the two together. A lot of fun.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
54
10th
I just wasn't into it. Too much random depravity, like a John Waters movie with a big budget. Or like Blue Velvet but without the "normal" parts for contrast. Ugh, and all those labored Wizard of Oz references, and beating you over the head with the fire motif. Normally I enjoy Lynch's worlds, but here it's too much.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
60
23rd
Wild at Heart doesn't work at all for me. Like every Lynch movie (yes, even Dune) it has good scenes -- many good scenes -- but in this one it just doesn't come together to form anything coherent. Plus, I didn't think Nicolas Cage, whom I actually like in movies like Adaptation and Bringing Out the Dead, was very good here at all.
Rated 03 Apr 2010
0
12th
The downside of an artist attracting a crowd is that he is tempted to start playing to it, and pretty soon his Unique Creative Vision gets broadened and coarsened and cheapened, and Lynch starts looking like John Waters -- or making John Waters look like R.W. Fassbinder. Forward movement is impeded by unrhythmical cross-cutting and flashbacks, and such a high incidence of oddness and perversion as to turn it all as common and dull as dirt.
Rated 07 Sep 2010
83
73rd
Opera music, heavy-metal, leather jackets, OTT violence, gratuitous sex, Jack Nance, Fellini-esque chubby nakedness, The Wizard of Oz, true love. This film is pretty awesome!
Rated 25 Oct 2010
75
39th
Along with Dune it's one of Lynch's worst efforts, but the worst Lynch is still good film by general standard. Unusual in telling its story of love and the wild human beings who bristle with life, Wild at Heart is much like The Elephant Man in that a typical story is taken and given Lynchian elements. Despite its pedigree, the film is edited somewhat poorly and moves at a janky pace. There's little to engage the viewer beyond visceral images and it lacks the depth of Lynch's other films.
Rated 19 Mar 2007
84
70th
Wild at Heart is the kind of movie that isn't for the average movie fan. It's bizarre and hard to watch at times, but if you're a fan of Lynch's off the wall way of telling a story you'll probably enjoy this quite a lot.
Rated 22 Mar 2007
100
95th
I saw this movie when it was new. I wondered how the other theatres in town managed the nerve to show their films when my theatre was showing something that's more intense, more warped, more original... more EVERYTHING than everything else that was in release at the moment
Rated 24 Mar 2010
6
42nd
I really feel that Lynch could have made this film better simply by casting it better. Nicholas cage, for example, isn't a very good actor, and Laura Dern is as always very irritating. Also, Cage's accent shits me to tears. My favourite thing about this movie was the ambiguous setting in terms of time, with the mix of 50s music and 80s metal. Other than that, a fairly average film from Lynch
Rated 13 Mar 2011
90
92nd
New favorite Lynch film! To me, it strikes a neat, neat balance between the most weird Lynch where my frustration is based on being utterly lost, and the more understandable Lynch that can sometimes become a bit boring. Also, new favorite Lynch character: Bobby Peru. This is good proof of why Willem Dafoe is amongst the top 5 best actors still alive. Also Cage is very lovable with a lot of cheeky smiles and memorable lines, before his downfall with lousy action films.
Rated 24 May 2013
4
70th
It's somehow both one of Lynch's most accessible films while also lacking the unified narrative that make his best films so compelling. But even scattershot Lynch is intriguing, and the film plays out as a series of bizarre and interesting episodes along Sailor and Lula's journey towards happiness. And just for kicks, The Wizard of Oz references were pretty amusing (though drawing direct parallels between the two each step of the way is probably futile).
Rated 10 Jun 2008
80
89th
A Lynch '98 yard dash' movie, with 'Blue Velvet', 'Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me' and 'Eraserhead': things get ever worse until, at the last minute and in extremely implausible fashion, there is a happy ending that nonetheless seems to work i.e. generate emotional response or even, I've observed, efface this absurdity (especially in the case of 'BV'). From good witch intervention here we moved to relieved joy in the afterlife in 'TP:FWWM'. 'BV' is a more complicated version of this pattern.
Rated 29 Apr 2012
77
83rd
Did Willem Dafoe out crazy Nic Cage? Is that possible?
Rated 14 Jan 2014
6
83rd
lynch's road movie-est of all his road movies; it also seems to be his most ironic, or even satirical, with quite a few lines of dialogue that are surprisingly funny. i laughed out loud at a radio broadcast involving turtles and alligators. it's also much more straightforward than most of his others, and is thematically less complicated (aside from obvious remarks on rural america), sharing similarities with blue velvet but not being as good as that one. but it's still pretty awesome.
Rated 24 Feb 2010
77
53rd
This movie didn't click with me the way most of Lynch's other movies have. It almost seemed too random, if that's possible with a Lynch movie (similar to the way I feel about Inland Empire). I did enjoy the odd assortment of characters, especially Willem Dafoe in one of the creepiest performances I've ever seen. But the movie was so all over the place that I just couldn't grasp onto it and really love it.
Rated 07 Jul 2007
25
12th
I was restlessly bored as I watched this. It seems to embody everything I don't like about Lynch: It's superficially quirky and goes for a lot of cheap "what the f-ck"s, but there's nothing beyond that. It's sort of airheaded and lacks any human sensitivity. Now Laura Dern I find icky, but otherwise fine actors like Stanton and Cage are really dragged down by this movie. Eraserhead and Elephant Man were really great, so how can the rest of Lynch's ouevre be so dull?
Rated 13 Dec 2013
95
96th
Cage at his absolute ridiculous best. I just punch kick danced out this review and it took all day i kept fucking up the keyboard.
Rated 22 Feb 2017
93
96th
Wow what a experience this film was. This movie is bat shit insane, and completely over the top and ridiculous in every way possible. The characters are completely mental and eccentric and the movie itself is just hilarious. I was already laughing my ass off a minute into it. I had so much fun watching this insane film.
Rated 11 Sep 2018
75
69th
Lynch seems really out of his element here - the script reads like it's struggling to follow the source material (ow the Wizard of Oz references), the Southern aesthetic comes off as somehow even more forced than the faux-British Elephant Man, and all the trademark Lynch scenes of the gritty evil underbelly of America aren't as powerful when they're laid out in the open as opposed to when they're thinly veiled behind the smalltown conceit (Twin Peaks). Love the anti-Blue Velvet color scheme tho.
Rated 15 Jul 2012
90
83rd
I loved Willem Dafoe and Laura Dern in this. I also loved how restless this is, very vivid film. I love it mainly because it has the crappiest storyline, yet managing to be such a poetic lynchish masterpiece. And that Bobbie Peru scene!
Rated 13 May 2009
95
98th
hilariously over-the-top in all departments and grossly underrated. cage's best by a mile.
Rated 13 Dec 2007
55
40th
Few good scenes don't save this movie. Willem DaFoe makes a memorable performance.
Rated 22 Nov 2010
85
96th
Cage's acting can truly be called "fascinating." It's always great to watch a David Lynch movie for the first time because you know what you get will likely be bizarre, unrestrained, and entertaining as hell. Wild at Heart is, of course, all these things.
Rated 16 Sep 2021
98
98th
David Lynch's BEST. Laura Dern and Nick Cage's chemistry is sizzling and most definitely, WILD.
Rated 04 Dec 2013
65
23rd
David Lynch and I have an agreement, he keeps making crap and I don't watch it. I frequently break my end of the bargain and pay for it with hair loss and years off of my life. I will give him a compliment on this one, though. It was almost tolerable.
Rated 26 Jan 2010
85
66th
Stylish, sensation, beautiful . . . but just a little too self-aware, a little too camp.
Rated 27 Apr 2020
95
96th
Trying to explain a Lynch film is a fool's task. You can get some of the basics down, but trying to convey the overall tone without using the word "Lynchian" is an impossibility. It is something that just needs to be experienced.
Rated 18 Nov 2007
77
20th
Too obvious too often.
Rated 21 Jun 2016
84
87th
"This is a snakeskin jacket, and for me it's a symbol of my individuality, and my belief in personal freedom." Hilarious parody of the road film and its various tropes, while maintaining a degree of disconnectedness from reality; the result is that akin to a cartoon, as surreal as it is hysterical--but never afraid to punctuate the fun with shots of the truly grotesque. Unique.
Rated 04 Sep 2010
10
97th
Lots of great production values. Plenty of superb acting (Dafoe and Cage in particular). Strange yet highly entertaining and rewarding film. My favorite from Lynch. Its nearly as good as a snake skin jacket.
Rated 19 Sep 2008
75
99th
Dette er ikke blot en film. Det er en genial film.
Rated 26 Feb 2015
7
94th
one of those movies for which every bad review is completely accurate while also reading like a massive compliment.
Rated 22 Aug 2007
88
90th
Very Good
Rated 13 Sep 2013
84
89th
Surreal, freaky and humorous. The cast is brilliant.
Rated 23 Dec 2009
80
78th
This is a weaker David Lynch film, undermined by the fact it both meanders greatly and can be weird for the sake of weird at times, but these flaws were also what improved the film for me on another viewing. For a more mainstream Lynch film, it really has not got a conventional plot trajectory, more about mood than story, while its weirdness, excluding one or two moments, feels far more real and tangible than a lot of 'normal' road movies and all the more unsettling for it.
Rated 31 May 2023
80
85th
Deliciously weird and ultraviolent love story in the heart of America, where everything seems to be rotten and hideous and the only escape is reached through fantasy -- be it Elvis Presley or The Wizard of Oz. Gotta love Cage's Sailor screaming Lula and then running on the roof of a bunch of cars to meet her and sing Love Me Tender to her.
Rated 18 Aug 2012
75
71st
We see this couple connected by deep passion and physical attraction beset by outside forces and misguided by their own emotional weaknesses. It's held together with a surreal tapestry of emotional scenes. Lula is an impressionable sexpot who is mesmerized by Sailor's charismatic presence. Sailor is a hard luck story. It also raises the question are these two really in love or only good when they are in each others presence? It's madcap and delirious like an abstract of a conventional romance.
Rated 06 Jul 2008
95
94th
Why is this a great film? Well, because it is insane. Lynch showed that he could make a "modern fairytale" work, and it had a lot of great twists and quirks that few other films dared to screened in the same two hours. What a great duo Dern and Cage are, by the way!
Rated 14 Aug 2007
100
98th
My first Lynch film, and probably the one I've watched the most. It has the ability to disturb me while making me laugh my ass off when it's usually one or the other. It struck a nerve with me because it was really like nothing I'd ever seen before and the rest is history.
Rated 01 Mar 2007
70
82nd
Lynch classic.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
100
90th
Watching this for the second time I suddenly find it far better than I did before. I think having watched the Wizard of Oz in between the two viewings helped as well. It felt far, far better on second viewing though.
Rated 24 Jun 2011
82
78th
I think this is what happens when Lynch tries to do a legitimate comedy. It's so rife with hilarity with characters and situations so over the top bizarre that even Lynch must recognize they're a joke. It's also a lot of fun as a crime/road film in general. At times it feels like it's trying to be a realistic film that's being held back by too much surrealism, and those Wizard of Oz references are painful. But it all ties together nicely, and Nic Cage is hilarious. Not a masterpiece, but great.
Rated 19 Sep 2018
75
59th
Nicolas Cage needs to sing more
Rated 09 Jan 2009
40
42nd
all 40 points for willem's amazing teeth nubs.
Rated 13 Jun 2008
87
96th
Very Nice
Rated 07 Aug 2022
96
94th
Completely open to the necessary violence that makes the burning called love, and the fact that there's no way to separate that violence from crime: crime is a violent burning, and cosmic violence is always criminal and shameful in a sense. Every element perfectly serving that openness. Incredible also because it's hard to imagine most directors nowadays to put a love & crime story, Wizard of Oz and Elvis Presley together without making the film a complete joke.
Rated 10 Oct 2018
75
41st
Lynch harvested the best Nicolas Cage - The singing Nicolas Cage.
Rated 14 Jan 2016
97
97th
best romance movie ever
Rated 08 Jun 2022
80
78th
This seems to be a divisive one, and I guess I can understand why. It's a film of two halves, and that may work or not work for you. The 'Wizard of Oz' thematic is also kinda on the nose, but it's SO on the nose that it can't be anything but intentional, and you've just gotta run with it. Of course, if 'Wild at Heart' divides people because it's weird (and it most certainly is that) then why the hell are you watching Lynch?
Rated 01 Jun 2007
70
49th
i adore Lynch but, something is missing with this i guess..
Rated 22 Oct 2009
90
96th
This is one crazy film. Full of memorable scenes ("Love me Tender") Cage made a good performance but I think he wasn't as good as the rest of this wonderful cast. I mean Dern, Stanton and Dafoe give possibly their best performances of their careers (!!!). This film really works for me. Fuck yea!!!
Rated 09 Jun 2014
70
67th
This film had some stuff that I really liked about it, but overall, I don't think it wowed me. It's wonderfully bizarre sometimes, in true David Lynch fashion, and Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern and Willem Dafoe fit right in. I think it must have been an influence for True Romance (1993) and Natural Born Killers (1994). I don't think I have much more to say about it - it just is what it is.
Rated 09 Jun 2011
75
72nd
"Wild at Heart" is every bit as crazy and thrilling as you would expect from a David Lynch film. Kinky, surrealistic, erotic, violent and romantic, the film is an uneven but overall fascinating journey that packs terrific performances and memorable visuals.
Rated 27 May 2011
80
82nd
It's funny that people don't talk about this when talking about Lynch films, as this is one of my favorites by him. It's hilarious, over-the-top, and surrealist in every way. Nic Cage goes a little crazier than usual and William Dafoe is incredible. Loved Laura Dern's performance as well.
Rated 21 May 2009
9
90th
Definitely Lynch at his most cracked out. A lot of people complain it's incoherent and nonsensical when really, it seemed like one of his more straightforward films. Definitely a lot easier to understand than Lost Highway, Mulholland Dr, Eraserhead...hell...even Blue Velvet. It was also pretty damn funny, with several hilarious scenes mixed in with the bizarre and bleak.
Rated 12 Aug 2017
98
90th
If you like your romances surreal, super cool, and dark as pitch, Wild At Heart is your huckleberry.
Rated 29 Jul 2019
83
69th
Uncharacteristically conventional Lynch film has his signature meditative pacing and calculatedly overripe performances (in a movie of screamers, it is Ladd's extraordinary work that stands out), while also upping the violence to absurdist extremes. Prescient echoes of NATURAL BORN KILLERS abound (without the silly profundity) - this feels like Lynch cutting loose and having fun with a genre piece; taken in that spirit, the film works quite well.
Rated 13 Jan 2011
65
1st
This is my least favorite of Lynch's films. Well... of those that I've finished and feel comfortable reviewing. I'm sure that I wouod rank "Inland Empire" lower if I were able to finish it. The cast (featuring a number of Lynch stalwarts) does well, but it is not enough to rescue this lurid, overly-dramatic, and lopsided film.
Rated 21 Apr 2010
74
75th
Weird-fest
Rated 16 Jul 2018
70
73rd
Simplistic story, but the great protagonists elevate it to another level. There are some weird scenes mixed in (most of them add to the experience). Good editing and soundtrack.
Rated 15 Mar 2023
65
30th
The craft on display is undeniable. The vision however, is full of too much incoherent grotesqu-ities. Feels like a John Waters movie with Nic Cage doing a bad Elvis impersonation throughout. Willem Defoe is a highlight. Some good stuff to be seen but it's all for its own sake, as if Lynch wanted to shoot a bunch of scenes and worked backward to loosely weave a story through it. The David Lynch experience. he fact. Great jacket, though
Rated 15 Mar 2018
60
29th
Bold and wild, but there's a constant feeling that something's missing. It's alternately shrill and plodding, without the glue to hold it together that Lynch's other films have. Maybe it's because this seems in many ways to be a transitional work in Lynch's career, separating his early masterpieces from his later. Regardless, it fizzled out for me about halfway through.
Rated 21 Apr 2022
75
71st
Talk about a movie that really has divided reviews. I think it's a very aqcuired taste, you'll either hate it for its randomness or love the movie for it. Personally, I thought it was hilarious and mesmerizing. Nic Cage continues being my best bad/good actor with his random reactions and Laura Dern is a total fox. Nothing quite like Nic Cage performing an Elvis song with a metal band singing background. Also that use of Wicked Game was so good.
Rated 14 May 2024
7
57th
(2nd viewing) Not as great as I'd remembered, A reckless, unhinged at times surreal ride that could've easily been 30 minutes shorter if you leave out all the random, inconsequential stuff happening. But I admire Lynch for using the medium in ways other filmmakers don't even try. Also, love me some 90's Nicolas Cage.
Rated 21 Apr 2011
75
72nd
original score of 64 in 2011. upping it to 75 upon august 7, 2017 rewatch. it's fun.
Rated 07 Apr 2016
89
58th
Probably the strongest opening of any Lynch film I've seen, which only makes the rest disappointing. Of course, it's funny and horrifying and uniquely beautiful, but it never quite rises to the prestige of his other work. Great performances all around, and some extremely memorable scenes. Some sweet kicks.
Rated 17 Aug 2012
80
37th
Sometimes it feels like it's being weird just for the sake of being weird, which I don't like. But how can you argue with a movie where Laura Dern just acts as slutty as she can and Nicolas Cage's entire performance is just an average Elvis impersonation? Fuck yeah
Rated 13 Apr 2024
77
58th
audiovisual 80 acting 80 overall feeling 71 avg 77
Rated 02 Mar 2008
56
29th
# 884
Rated 20 Jan 2012
79
32nd
I just didn't see the magic I saw in every other Lynch film in this one. It seemed overdone in too many ways. Maybe I need to give it another chance.
Rated 05 Sep 2015
26
87th
Does not lack for brains.
Rated 08 Jul 2019
82
62nd
A pretty raw version of Lynch with Cage doing the one thing he's good at - overacting.
Rated 28 Jun 2019
88
88th
Lynch + Cage = all the crazy
Rated 30 Nov 2007
50
39th
Interesting Wizard of Oz story. Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern does not act that good and their part drops a lot of points of this movie. Sherilyn Fenn again gives a powerful culmination point part for the story.
Rated 30 Dec 2007
69
40th
David Lynch on cocaine? Anyway, I liked Willem Dafoe, I feel he and Lynch made a great match. Otherwise, blegh.
Rated 20 Sep 2020
40
19th
Quite far away from Lynch's more characteristic/stylistic works. Characters look too caricaturized as they act without any serious motivation. The film tries to be "so cool" all the time with eccentric characters in a southern gothic atmosphere, yet I can't stop questioning the value of that. Why that story? Why the tribute to Elvis etc.? Is this a search for freedom, a life-affirming experiment? Even if so, I find it poorly written and executed.
Rated 13 Dec 2007
60
31st
There are some quite good scenes but unfortunately more bad ones. Great performance by Willem Dafoe, not so great by Cage and Dern in the lead roles.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
81
72nd
"Wild at Heart and Weird on Top." That pretty much describes it. Not my favorite of Lynch's, but certainly worth checking out.
Rated 04 Dec 2006
96
90th
Another masterpiece by David Lynch. Cage and Dern are just perfect.
Rated 22 Oct 2010
90
65th
This film with Twinpeaks, are Lynch's two early and probibly "realistic" works. Specially this one is favorable for Nicholas Cage.
Rated 01 Feb 2015
75
53rd
"The whole world's wild at heart and weird on top."
Rated 23 Mar 2012
87
78th
Sailor (Cage) is convicted of manslaughter and when released grabs his old girlfriend Lula (Dern) and hits the road to escape her wicked witch of the west mother played by Diane Ladd. Filled with violence and other questionable matters and a lot of references to the Wizard of Oz, these two experience life and death on the yellow brick road. Willam Dafoe wins the worst teeth prize and is also my favorite character. Lynch once again fills the screen with wild characters that will make you laug
Rated 12 Mar 2013
80
68th
One weeeeeird trashy road movie. For me this plays out pretty much like a comedy (which isn't something I ever thought I'd say about a David Lynch film, even if he does often purposely push his films into the realms of knowingly, gleefully ludicrous), albeit a comedy with a vein of something nightmarish underneath and amped up with some awesome style. I can completely understand why it's often considered a lesser Lynch film, but I just had so much fun with it.
Rated 04 Dec 2014
82
85th
Pretty great absurdist juvenile fairytale. Wild and cool and fresh but feels a bit overly whimsical compared Lynch's best work. I guess that's partly the point but it has certainly lost some of its power as I've reluctantly started to grow up.
Rated 16 Apr 2009
90
84th
Awesome!
Rated 25 Aug 2019
45
27th
In general I find David Lynch's quirkiness stupid instead of intriguing. In fact every time I watch a David Lynch film I think wow Tommy Wiseau has decent actors in this one.
Rated 16 Jul 2011
95
70th
A really great film
Rated 20 Aug 2008
65
54th
x0
Rated 13 Sep 2010
56
77th
#90s(l)#, liked, rewatch(2) }*{ #90s(e)#, story, dir Lynch.
Rated 07 Apr 2009
77
49th
One of Lynch's (slightly) more conventional stories. It's a simple-to-follow, classic doomed romance, packed with timeless American iconography, and also stuffed with batshit-crazy characters and morbid scenarios. This is the film that confirms that Lynch can sit alongside Olive Stone and Tarantino as visual extremists with a knack for striking interpretations of the American Dream (Lynch was arguably there first). The images are great and if the pacing is odd, Cage's acting makes up for it.
Rated 21 May 2021
35
12th
I would terminate this movie from Lynch's filmography if I could.
Rated 09 Jun 2019
100
84th
Willem Dafoe takes the prize for creepiest character. Bobby Peru, just like the country. Dern, Cage, Stanton, and Ladd are all great. This movie just rocks, flat out.
Rated 05 Jul 2012
75
71st
A completely insane movie, both fantastic and ridiculous at the same time. The acting is often top-notch, over-acting silliness (Ladd, Dafoe) that seems to fit perfectly with the tone of the movie. Only Dern's and Cage's characters seem to have any sense of normality about them.....in a David Lynch kind of way. As for Lynch: some great ideas that come together for some memorable scenes but it seems a little unfocused. Great fun though.
Rated 24 May 2015
70
59th
24.5.2015
Rated 04 Oct 2011
83
77th
Genius!!!

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