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The Book of Job is about a high school student who has trouble separating reality from fiction. Young Job falls “madly in love” with a new girl who catches his eye one Sunday mass. In the midst of his conforming to what he believes to be her idealized standards, he realizes his life is about so much more than simply himself.
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