Sometimes my life is like a really bad film about Muslim-Christian coexistence where the main character deals with comically straightforward individuals that impose ultimatums for completely self-induced life choices.
The film contains little to no nuance and two-dimensional characters that view everything through a purely emotional lens dictated by personal life events. There are occasional montages where the main character carries out self-fulfilling exercises and advances in life and then there are lapses where she is subjected to a cramped existence with family members akin to those written up in a Woody Allen script.
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