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An elderly woman looks back on the special times in her life, thinking especially about her now-departed husband and the things they did together. Though it is sad that these times are now ... See full summary »

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Polly Biblett
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Edward Jackson
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An elderly woman looks back on the special times in her life, thinking especially about her now-departed husband and the things they did together. Though it is sad that these times are now gone, she is comforted by her memories and by the hope of sharing in the lives of her child and grandchildren. Written by Snow Leopard

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Short | Drama | Romance

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27 March 1911 (USA)  »

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Sweetheart Days  »

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1.33 : 1
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Thoughtful and Effective
15 August 2002 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

A simple idea can be very effective when it is done well, and that is exactly what happens here. It shows an older woman looking back at the special moments in her life with her husband and family. They are simple events, but are presented in a thoughtful way, and at times it is quite moving. Mary Pickford, of course, helps a lot in gaining the viewer's sympathy. The title of "Sweet Memories" is quite appropriate for this nice little film, which in a seemingly effortless way draws you into the lives of its characters and makes you care about them. There are many movies that try to achieve this effect, but this one works much better than most of them, despite its apparent simplicity.


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